statist is a small, handy statistics program.
It is terminal based, but can use Gnuplot
for showing graphs.
It is simple to use and can be run in scripts.
It provides quite a number of statitical functions, like
The program can handle quite big datasets reasonably on small machines, and you can give additional commands to Gnuplot. Only the documentation is still in German, the program
completly runs in English and German. You can choose the
langugage at compile time.
- standard deviation, mean, geometric mean
- (multiple) linear regression
- rank correlation by Spearman
- partial linear regression
- polynomial regression
- test of normal distribution (KOLMOGOROFF-SMIRNOFF-LILLIEFORS)
- two-probe test by WLCOXON
- test for k unrelated samples
- probit analysis (?)
- cross-validation of linear models (?)
There is an experimental GUI for statist, called StatistX.
Current Version: 1.0.0
License Type: GPL
http://www.usf.uni-osnabrueck.de/archive/~dmelcher/statist.html (old Homepage)
Source Code Availability:
Available Binary Packages:
- Debian Package: No
- RedHat RPM Package: No
- Other Packages: Yes
Any systems with a C compiler. Runs on Linux, MS/DOS, Solaris
Gnuplot for plotting purposes (optional)
Mailing Lists/USENET News Groups:
See A Screen Shot? (All shots made on X-Windows, Solaris and SunOS. Using Gnuplot 3.6b)
Shot #1: calculation of standard deviation and other distribution characteristics in the terminal window and plot
of the histogram via gnuplot.
Shot #2: Box and Wisker plot in Gnuplot.
Shot #3: Histogram plot and linear regression plot with terminal infos and plot.
Shot #4: mutiple regression and the English version of statist
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