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Jay Wilkins

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Registered: 12/6/04
Resampling Stats.
Posted: Nov 14, 1996 12:58 AM
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Resampling Stats is very much geared toward inference techniques. Any
inference technique that one needs can be carried out using Resampling Stats
and some that MINITAB can't do (with ease), such as testing the null
hypothesis that two sample medians are equal.

Jesse L. M. Wilkins
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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>----- Forwarded message from Jay Wilkins -----
>
>I highly recommend the software package Resamplings Stats. It is my
>understanding that it is now on the recommended list of software packages.
>
>Jesse Wilkins
>University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
>
>----- End of forwarded message from Jay Wilkins -----
>
>This is an interesting package. I think it has been on the software
>list all along. However, I don't think it REPLACES something like
>Minitab. It's geared more toward simulations and the like, not
>classical inference techniques.
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