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By Brian S. Everitt

Because the first variation of this ebook was once released, S-PLUS has developed markedly with new tools of study, new graphical systems, and a handy graphical person interface (GUI). at the present time, S-PLUS is the statistical software program of selection for plenty of utilized researchers in disciplines starting from finance to medication. Combining the command line language and GUI of S-PLUS now makes this ebook much more appropriate for green clients, scholars, and an individual with out the time, endurance, or history had to battle through the numerous extra complicated manuals and texts at the market.The moment version of A instruction manual of Statistical Analyses utilizing S-Plus has been thoroughly revised to supply an exceptional advent to the most recent model of this strong software program procedure. every one bankruptcy makes a speciality of a selected statistical process, applies it to 1 or extra info units, and exhibits the right way to generate the proposed analyses and pictures utilizing S-PLUS. the writer explains S-PLUS features from either the home windows® and command-line views and obviously demonstrates how you can change among the 2. This instruction manual presents the proper automobile for introducing the interesting chances S-PLUS, S-PLUS 2000, and S-PLUS 6 carry for info research.

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