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Fish-disk 386 content: XLispStat

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A statistical program based on David Betz’ XLisp. It does some of the most advanced dynamic statistical graphics, included brushing, linking, and 3D rotations. Menus and requestors can be created dynamically with simple lisp commands, and treated as lisp objects, so that the program could be used for many other nonstatistical purposes, such as interactive expert systems. XLisp-Stat has an ARexx port so that an editor may be used to prepare lisp programs and send them directly to XLisp-Stat to be executed. Commands, as character strings, may also be sent from XLisp-Stat with the lisp command, ‘arexx’. All graphics produced may be saved to files in IFF format. This version of XLisp-Stat (v.2.1, release 1) has been ported to the Amiga by James Lindsey, from the Mac version supplied by Luke Tierney. Requires a numerical coprocessor (M68881/M68882) and an M68020/M68030 processor. This disk contains the sources. The executables, manual, and lisp files can be found on disk 385. Author: David Betz, Luke Tierney, James Lindsey

Fish-disk 386 content: Statpack

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

Demo version of a statistics and data manipulation program. Version 3.2, binary only. Author: James Lindsey

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