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Computerized grain size analysis


, : Computerized grain size analysis. Transactions of Indian Society of Desert Technology and University Centre of Desert Studies 3(1): 13-17

A versatile computer program for soil grain size analysis is presented. The program undertakes computation of cumulative percentages, transformation to the probability scale, interpolation of the phi-values corresponding to required percentiles, and computation of graphic moments along with their statistical parameters.

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