Statistical analysis software for the TRS-80 microcomputer
Isbell, Robert Paul
Taylor, Charles F. Jr.
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This paper documents the development of a statistical analysis package for the TRS-80 microcoraputer. The package is comprised of six interactive programs which are generally divided into topical areas. The major emphasis is on exploratory data analysis and statistical inference, however, probability and inverse probability distributions are also included. The programming language is TRS-80 Level II BASIC enhanced by the input/output commands available through the ESF-80 (Exatron Stringy Floppy) mass storage subsystem. With the modification of these few commands, the package is compatible with most floppy disk operating systems designed for the TRS-80 Model I or Model III microcomputers. This statistical analysis capability implemented on a relatively inexpensive system provides a useful tool to the student or the trained analyst without ready access to a mainframe computer system.
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