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The results are displayed in a 4 column table.
 Columns 1 to 2 show the data as entered, for error checks
 Column 3 is the probability of observing k or less counts, if the expected count is λ
 Column 4 is the probability of observing k or more counts, if the expected count is λ
 Note the probability of exactly k count is included in both column 3 and 4, so that the two columns adds up to
more than the total (1)
Steel RGD, Torrie JH Dickey DA (1997) Principles and Procedures of Statistics.
A Biomedical Approach. The McGrawHill Companies, Inc New York. p. 558
