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Author Council, National Research
Title The Future of Statistical Software : Proceedings of a Forum
Imprint Washington, D.C. : National Academies Press, 1991
©1991
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Note THE FUTURE OF STATISTICAL SOFTWARE -- Copyright -- Preface -- Contents -- Morning Session Opening Remarks -- Richness for the One-Way ANOVA Layout -- STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM -- Rationale of Approach -- Problem Boundaries. -- RICHNESS DIMENSIONS -- 1. Epistemological Goals -- 2. Methods -- 3. Inputs -- 4. Outputs -- 5. Options -- 6. Structure -- 7. Internal Paths. -- 8. External Paths -- 9. Documentation -- 10. Audiences -- WHAT NEXT? -- Step Back -- Jump In (Continuous Involvement) -- REFERENCES -- Serendipitous Data and Future Statistical Software. -- WHERE IS STATISTICAL SOFTWARE GOING? -- INNOVATIONS IN COMPUTING WILL OFFER NEW OPPORTUNITIES -- CHALLENGES FOR STATISTICAL SOFTWARE -- IS THE COMMERCIAL MARKETPLACE THE BEST SOURCE OF STATISTICAL SOFTWARE INNOVATION? -- WHAT CAN WE DO TO ENCOURAGE INNOVATION? -- WHAT CAN WE DO TO ENSURE QUALITY? -- WHAT CAN WE DO TO PROMOTE PROGRESS? -- REFERENCES. -- Morning Discussion -- REFERENCES -- Afternoon Session Opening Remarks -- REFERENCES -- An Industry View -- INTRODUCTION -- REQUIREMENTS FOR "INDUSTRIAL-GRADE" SOFTWARE -- IMPLICATIONS FOR RICHNESS. -- IMPLICATIONS FOR GUIDANCE -- CONCLUSION -- Guidance for One-Way ANOVA -- GOALS OF GUIDANCE -- PHILOSOPHY OF GUIDANCE -- RECOGNIZING THE ONE-WAY ANOVA PROBLEM -- ADAPTIVE FITTING PROCEDURE -- GUIDANCE FOR INTERPRETATION. -- GUIDANCE FOR REPORT WRITING -- GUIDANCE REGARDING TACIT TECHNICAL ASSUMPTIONS -- Adjusting for Unequal Dispersions -- Adjusting for Outlier-prone Data -- Incorporating Statistical Expertise into Data Analysis Software -- OVERVIEW -- WHAT IS MEANT BY STATISTICAL EXPERTISE? -- WHO NEEDS SOFTWARE WITH STATISTICAL EXPERTISE? -- LIMITATIONS TO THE INCORPORATION OF STATISTICAL EXPERTISE -- EFFORTS TO BUILD DATA ANALYSIS SOFTWARE -- REX -- Student -- TESS -- General Observations on TESS and Student -- Mini-expert Functions
CONCLUDING OBSERVATIONS -- REFERENCES. -- Afternoon Discussion -- REFERENCE -- Closing Remarks -- Appendixes -- Appendix A Speakers -- Keith E. Muller -- Paul F. Velleman -- Andrew Kirsch -- William DuMouchel -- Daryl Pregibon -- Appendix B Position Statements: Additional Material Submitted by Symposium Participants -- R. Clifton Bailey -- References -- Michael P. Cohen. -- James R. Knaub, Jr. -- Reference -- Jay Magidson
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Link Print version: Council, National Research The Future of Statistical Software : Proceedings of a Forum Washington, D.C. : National Academies Press,c1991 9780309045995
Subject Mathematical statistics -- Software
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Alt Author Sciences, Division on Engineering and Physical
Commission on Physical Sciences, Mathematics, and Applications
Software, Panel on Guidelines for Statistical
National Academy of Sciences,
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