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RECIPE is a FORTRAN program for determining one-sided tolerance limits (in particular, A- and B-basis material property values) for regression models in the presence of between-batch variability.
For convenience, Unix users can download a single compressed tar file. After downloading, enter the following command to uncompress and unpack the file:
uncompress recipe.tar.Z | tar -xvf
For convenience, PC users can download the source and data files via a single self-extracting zip file. After downloading, enter the following command to unpack the file:
The software distributed consists of the following files:
Since many users may not have a 32-bit Fortran compiler for Microsoft Windows, the executables for the Recipe program, Simcov program, and Simpvt program are provided. These were created using the Intel version 9.0 Fortran compiler for Windows 2000/XP. Since these were created as console applications, you can run them under DOS or under a DOS prompt window using Windows 2000/XP. These executables were created using the default array sizes.
NOTE: The Windows executables were update 2/1/2008. The previous executables were built using a much older compiler for Windows NT/95/98. If you still have one of these older operating systems, contact email@example.com to obtain these older versions.
Version: Version 1.0
Last Updated: April 1995
Type of software: Statistical
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This software can be run on most common computer systems (IBM PC Windows 3.1/Windows 95/Window NT, MacIntosh,) and most common Unix workstations.
See information under Description/Summary
The users guide for this program is
Vangel, M. G. (1995), ``A Users Guide to RECIPE: A FORTRAN Program for Determining Regression Basis Values''.
Vangel, M. G. (1996), ``Design Allowables From Regression Models Using Data From Several Batches'', Proceedings of the 12th ASTM Symposium on Composite Materials: Testing and Design, to appear.
Vangel, M. G. (1996), ``One-Sided Tolerance Limits for Mixed Models With Two Components of Variance'', submitted, Technometrics.
Vangel, M. G. (1996), ``ANOVA Estimates of Variance Components for `Partially-Balanced' Mixed Models'', submitted, Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference.
Mil-HDBK-17, Volume 1, Chapter 8, ``Statistical Methods for Material Basis Values'' (currently a draft under review)
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