jfindlay at gmail.com
Fri Mar 3 16:09:31 MST 2006
On 3/3/06, Dennis <devel at muhlesteins.com> wrote:
> Well, I installed R and ran the demos. It looks powerful but also has a
> big learning curve. (Not yet sure I want to invest the time.)
> Salstat looks promising but it is very up front about how much it isn't
> done yet. They haven't updated in since 2003 though.
> I'm looking to plug some vectors of numbers in and be able to find
> statistically significant portions via a few different test. Chi2,
> student-T, anova stuff like that.
Have you looked at octave? It may do what you want, and probably wont
incur too much learning if you're familliar with matlab. There is a
bewildering plethora of OSS scientific/statistical/mathematical
libraries out there. Many of them are written by scientists in the
field who are therefore unbeholden to the icky corporate greed that
spawns those expen$ive proprietary products.
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