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Bob Hayden

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Re: Easy stat software for the Mac (fwd)
Posted: Feb 21, 1996 1:41 PM
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> From Wed Feb 21 11:25:16 1996
> From: r_lehman@ACAD.FANDM.EDU (Richard S. Lehman)
> To: Multiple recipients of list <>
> Subject: Re: Easy stat software for the Mac

> I just published a review of "student level" Mac stat packages in Behavior
> Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers. Much of what I say there is
> applicable to the "professional" versions of the software. If you don't
> have the journal available, let me know and I'll send you a copy.
> For my money, the best of the bunch--student and pro--is DataDesk, with
> StatView a close second. SYSTAT is highly regarded, and does a lot, but I
> find it awkward. Minitab for the Mac is also axcellent. Skip SAS/Mac and
> SPSS/Mac--you may as well be running batch on a VAX!
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Richard S. Lehman R_Lehman@ACAD.FANDM.EDU
> Professor of Psychology (That's R-underscore-Lehman)
> Franklin & Marshall College Voice (717)291-4202
> PO Box 3003 FAX (717)291-4387
> Lancaster, PA 17604-3003
> "I'd rather be blowing glass."

I don't know much about StatView. The rest of the opinions are pretty
mainstream. MyStat is one student version of Systat.


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