Cormac McClean <cmcclean at ait.ie> writes:
> I'm looking (urgently) for a free (Linux) Statistical Analysis software
> package along the lines of S-Plus/Genstat, i.e. one that will do a
> range of stats analysis techniques. I'm checking using Google
> (and most of the responses are along the lines of "Does anyone
> know of a Statistical Analysis package under Linux"!), but
> is anyone on the list using such a package, and is it available
> for free download (even on a trial basis)?
>> S-Plus has a Linux version (according to news articles) but the website
>http://www.insightful.com/ does not contain a download link (it is
> commercial software after all).
Look for R -- it's a gnuish S/S-Plus clone. There's also TDA (link
off http://www.diw.de/gsoep/) which is state-of-the-art in hazard
modelling (duration modelling, failure time) if not in interface.
Brendan Halpin, Dept of Government and Society, Limerick University, Ireland
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