Another of the simple ones calculates the confidence interval around the proportion of successes in a series of Bernoulli trials. I wrote about it way back in 2011. The original was written in Java and Swing many years ago. It is still available in a repository on Bitbucket. It hasn’t been updated in about five years though.
So, I thought it might be fun to make an updated version. This time it’s written in Clojure and uses the JavaFX GUI framework. Here’s what it looks like now.
The interface hasn’t changed much, but it does display a progress dialog for the second or so that it might take to calculate the results for some input data. That gave me a chance to play with JavaFX
Tasks and progress dialogs. My usage feels a little clumsy, but it does work.
Also, the statistics calculations have been re-written in Clojure and added to my little library of functions related to the binomial distribution.
Hope you enjoy it.
Update 3 Nov 2017
Noticed that I forgot to include a link to the repository of the new version of the program. It’s here.