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Bob Hayden

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Re: Easy stat software for the Mac (fwd)
Posted: Feb 21, 1996 5:07 PM
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> From edstat-l@jse.stat.ncsu.edu Wed Feb 21 16:54:31 1996
> From: Joe H Ward <joeward@tenet.edu>
>
> Between the "FULL SYSTAT" and "BUSINESS MYSTAT", there is STUDENT SYSTAT.
> I have used BUSINESS MYSTAT for several years and have been using STUDENT
> SYSTAT with high school students for 2 years.
>
> One major advantage of STUDENT SYSTAT over BUSINESS MYSTAT is the ability
> to do file processing - merging, etc. In BUSINESS MYSTAT there are no
> easy ways to match or merge files within the BUSINESS MYSTAT language.
>
> Also, STUDENT SYSTAT is closer to the "FULL SYSTAT".
>
> I have not used the MAC version of STUDENT SYSTAT, but I would guess it
> is as good as the PC versions (WINDOWS and DOS).
>
> -- Joe
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