Let’s suppose we have 3-hourly fluxes of solar radiation at surface, for a period 1980-2020.
I want to apply Mann Kendall Test to this time-series and find the Sen’s slope, intercept, p_value and tau.
I am new user and i don’t find any package to calculate this. Have you any Julian suggestions ? ?
I know about python’s pymannkendall, that gives that i want, but when i PyCall it, it gives me error (too large iterator) for the whole time series period. However when i use it for the half period for example, it works fine…

Hello,
Here is the non parametric Mann-Kendall Test and Sen’s slope for Julia:

As you can see input/output is sth like this:
julia> mk(x,y)
(reject_null_hypothesis = false, p_value = 0.4369827573849885, Tau = -0.02374739039665971, slope = -7.613151196044908e-5, intercept = 0.5150870782436969)

BUT, the issue now is that when my dataset is too large this function is too slow or give OutOfMemory Error. Too large i mean the length is ~10,000 in 1GB RAM, or 200,000 for 32 GB.

However, with the same length, the GLM.jl [ lm = fit(LinearModel, @formula(y ~ x),df) ] works fine !
So, i think that with some way, someone, can modify this function in order to win these memory issues.
I would greatly appreciate if anyone could find a solution to this.