Published on March 17, in Toolbox. Next up in the toolbox series is an idea so good it deserves an entire article all to itself: You decide to cache some results so that you can render web pages more quickly.
First -- Choose the right test! Here are some web pages that can help: Statistical Decision Treefrom the developers of the MicrOsiris package.
This is an interactive set of web pages to help you select the right kind of analysis to perform on your data. It asks you a simple series of questions about your data how many variables, etc. Choosing a Statistical TestChapter 37 of Dr. Harvey Motulsky's book Intuitive Biostatistics.
Selecting Statisticsby Bill Trochim Cornell. Each of these web sites is really a fairly complete online statistical software package in itself. Here are some of these "comprehensive" statistical analysis web sites: Statigraphics Stratus -- a browser-based version of Stratigraphics statistical software.
The free "Guest" version supports up to rows and 10 columns of data. For larger data sets, a single-user copy or a corporate deployment license can be purchased.
To use the Guest version, click here. A very comprehensive collection of online calculators and other interactive resources, including: Distributions interactive graphs and calculatorsExperiments virtual computer-generated analogs of popular games and processesAnalyses collection of common web-accessible tools for statistical data analysisGames interfaces and simulations to real-life processesModeler tools for distribution, polynomial and spectral model-fitting and simulationGraphs, Plots and Charts comprehensive web-based tools for exploratory data analysisAdditional Tools other statistical tools and resourcesSOCR Wiki collaborative Wiki resourceEducational Materials and Hands-on Activities varieties of SOCR educational materialsSOCR Statistical Consulting and Statistical Computing Libraries.
SciStatCalc -- a very good web site thank you Alijah Ahmed! Calculating pages provide flexible input options type the numbers in, or read them from a text fiileand well--organized output of results, with interpretations and graphical displays.
MedCalc -- Two different web sites: ProtoGenie -- a free extensible web-based environment for research design and data collection for surveys, experiments, clinical trials, time series, cognitive and vision research, and methods courses.
Lets you specify groups and define measurement and treatment events and their sequencing. The goal is to let users move smoothly from research design and data collection to interim and final statistical analysis.
The Calcugator -- a calculator, plotting engine, and programming environment. Also available as a free stand-alone downloadable program. Both the input and output of the program are displayed on standard windows which can be further edited, saved, merged, print-previewed and printed.
Allows rapid creation of 2D and 3D plots of functions, polar and parametric displays, bar, pie, pareto and xy charts. All plots can be configured using the mouse zooming, panning, selecting.
Titles and labels are supported, and all figures created by the Calcugator can be exported into popular file formats or pasted into an editable window.
Click on one of the procedure names below, fill in the form, click the button, and the analysis will take place on the spot. Study the user friendly guides to statistical procedures to see what procedure is appropriate for your problem.
In doing so, it provides a detailed step-by-step explanation of how it arrived at the answer. This is a pay-for service, but they offer one-month free trials.Go (often referred to as Golang) is a programming language designed by Google engineers Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson.
Go is statically typed, compiled, and syntactically similar to C, with the added benefits of memory safety, garbage collection, structural typing, and CSP-style concurrency. The compiler, tools, and source code are all free and open source.
Object Oriented Programming: Writing programs which are oriented around objects. Such programs can take advantage of Encapsulation, Polymorphism, and Inheritance to increase code reuse and decrease code maintenance.: Object: An instance of a class.
Explain the characteristics of integer programming problems. Total Integer Model: all decision values are required to have integer solution values Integer Model: all decision variables are required to have integer values of 0 or 1 Mixed Integer Model: some, but not all decision variables are required to have integer solutions%(12).
Sectional lectures are invited minute lectures. These are representative of the major scientific achievements in each field of mathematics.
Note: The execution times (in seconds) for this chapter’s listings were timed when the compiled listings were run on the WordPerfect thesaurus file caninariojana.com (, bytes in size), as compiled in the small model with Borland and Microsoft compilers with optimization on (opt) and off (no opt).
All times were measured with Paradigm Systems’ TIMER program on a 10 MHz 1-wait-state AT clone. Sulfur belongs to the chalcogen family. Other members of the family are oxygen, selenium, tellurium, and polonium.
These elements make up Group 16 (VIA) of the periodic table. The periodic table is a chart that shows how chemical elements are related to each other.