11 February 2007


There is, generally speaking, a distinct separation between practical and theoretical approaches to most statistical work. That's a cause for regret, since they are not really separable in informed use.

mathStatica, a third party package for mathematical statistics work within Wolfram’s computer algebra package Mathematica, is an exception. It comes in two main types: Basic, bundled with a 30-day Mathematica 4·2 in a textbook[1] by the same authors, and Gold. [More...]

  1. Rose, C. and Smith, M.D. Mathematical statistics with Mathematica. 2002, New York, Springer. ISBN 0387952349.

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