English, Article edition: Statistical Analysis with Webstat, a Java applet for the World Wide Web Webster West; Todd Ogden

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  • Statistical Analysis with Webstat, a Java applet for the World Wide Web
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  • Webster West
  • Todd Ogden
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  • The Java programming language has added a new tool for delivering computing applications over the World Wide Web (WWW). WebStat is a new computing environment for basic statistical analysis which is delivered in the form of a Java applet. Anyone with WWW access and a Java capable browser can access this new analysis environment. Along with an overall introduction of the environment, the main features of this package are illustrated, and the prospect of using basic WebStat components for more advanced applications is discussed.
  • RePEc:jss:jstsof:02:i03
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  • English
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