Stat49 Pro

Description:Stat49Pro is complete inferential statistics library written in System RPL. Essentially all hypothesis tests, confidence intervals, and sample sizes covered in a two quarter introductory statistics curriculum are computed by Stat49Pro. Included is a data manager which stores sample data sends statistics from stored data directly into input forms for the various statistical analysis applications. Some non-parametric tests are supported as well. This package is an upgrade to Stat49 by the same author -- more tests, confidence intervals, and samples sizes are handled. The new version is in library form, is easier to use, and runs more quickly. New features: normal probability plots, rank sums, minor bug fixes.
Current version:1.1
Author:Scott Guth:
Downloaded file size:48,817 bytes
Size on calculator:47 KB
User rating:9.8/10 with 4 votes (you must be logged in to vote)
Primary category:Math/Statistic
File date:2001/03/26 03:47:36
Source code:Not included
Download count:13,043
Related files:Stat48
Version history:2001/03/24: Updated to version 1.1
2001/01/29: Updated to version 1.0
2001/01/26: Added to site
Archive contents:
  Length      Date    Time    Name
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      172  2001-03-22 21:36   changes.txt
      178  2001-01-27 21:51   stat491.gif
      592  2001-01-27 21:51   stat492.gif
      287  2001-01-27 21:51   stat493.gif
      293  2001-01-28 10:17   stat494.gif
      297  2001-01-27 21:51   stat495.gif
      375  2001-01-27 21:51   stat496.gif
   117194  2001-03-22 22:16   Stat49Pr.htm
    47328  2001-03-20 21:35   stat49pr.lib
    26240  2001-03-22 22:22   stat49pr.pdf
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   192956                     10 files
Library contents:stat49pr.lib: Library 1043, statpro
User comments:billy zamora
2015-05-14 15:15:16
why to reboot system appears the program name on the screen before the same commands of hp run?
Hook Eve
2016-08-03 10:53:02
Congratulations for a very good job!
There is a little bug. Calculating Sample size estimating population mean, the program only can use the Normal curve. It's posipossible to correct this to choose between Z and T?
Thanks a lot

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