SAS, SPSS, or Systat?
Thomas Petzoldt Hydrobiologie
petzoldt at TUDURZ.urz.tu-dresden.de
Fri Mar 18 01:54:31 EST 1994
jnipp at cc.emory.edu (Jeffrey Nipp) writes:
>We have access to site liscenced copies of the windows versions of SAS,
>SPSS and Systat. We are looking for an easy to use stat package which
>will handle clinical research studies with tens to hundreds of patients
>and multiple variables. I am nearly statistics illiterate, and the rest
>of the lab is not much better, so HELP facilities are a big plus as
>well. Any suggestions on which package would be best? From looking at
>the manuals, Systat looks to be the easiest to use, but we'd like to hear
>it form someone who knows what they are talking about! :)
We have the same problem, but there is still another statistical
package STATISTICA for Windows, which is very (!!!) powerful.
I have seen it on my collegues PC.
Now I ask me what to by for me and for the students.
petzoldt at tudurz.urz.tu-dresden.de
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