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EDA is a collection of FORTRAN subroutines for exploratory data analysis (EDA). The purpose of these routines and their calling sequence are described in `Applictions, Basics, and Computing of Exploratory Data Analysis' by Paul F. Velleman and David C. Hoaglin, Duxbury Press, 1981. EDA emphasizes the discovery of the structure and anomalies in a set of data. It also emphasizes minimizing the number of assumptions made about the data (such as normality, additivity of effects, and independence of observations).

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