### Added level 5 to the tutorial.

`Level 5 is about doing analyis.`
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 package com.nesstar.tutorial; import static org.junit.Assert.assertEquals; import static org.junit.Assert.assertNotNull; import org.junit.Before; import org.junit.Test; import com.nesstar.api.Server; import com.nesstar.api.Study; import com.nesstar.api.analysis.Table; /** * Nesstar API Tutorial Level 5 * ============================ * * This tutorial is about analysis. You will learn about * how to do tabulations, regression, and correlation in * the API. * */ public class Level05 { private Server server; private Study study; /** * Fetch the Study with ID "some id". */ @Before public void connectToServerAndGetStudy() { } /** * Do a tabulation with one break variable and one * measure just to get the feel of it. */ @Test public void runSimpleTabulation() { Table table = null; assertNotNull(table); } /** * Tabulate the variables Foo and Bar. * Then retrieve the value of the cell with the coordinates * Foo.somecategory and Bar.someothercategory */ @Test public void tabulateTwoVariables() { double cellValue = Double.NaN; assertEquals(123d, cellValue, 0d); } /** * Do a tabulation using the variable Foo as a break variable * and Bar as a measure. Use a Statistic to get the sum. */ @Test public void tabulateWithStatistics() { double cellValue = Double.NaN; assertEquals(123d, cellValue, 0d); } /** * Run a regression analysis with Foo as the dependent variable * and Bar and Bas as independent variables. Then retrieve the * values for case count, significance, R, and standard coefficient. */ @Test public void runRegressionanalysis() { double caseCount = Double.NaN; double significance = Double.NaN; double r = Double.NaN; double standardCoefficient = Double.NaN; assertEquals(123d, caseCount, 0d); assertEquals(123d, significance, 0d); assertEquals(123d, r, 0d); assertEquals(123d, standardCoefficient, 0d); } /** * Correlate the variables Foo and Bar and get the case count, * coefficient, and significance. */ @Test public void runCorrelationAnalysis() { double caseCount = Double.NaN; double coefficient = Double.NaN; double significance = Double.NaN; assertEquals(123d, caseCount, 0d); assertEquals(123d, coefficient, 0d); assertEquals(123d, significance, 0d); } }
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