- Here you will find the detailed documentation.
- Statiscope presents summarizing data and descriptive statistical
charts. In the applet you can enter data manually or download data over
the Internet. Charts included: Distribution, Probability mass, Density,
Box plot, Stem & leaf. Other features such as hypothesis testing
and calculation of confidence intervals are also included. The user
interface is responsive and friendly, e.g. Statiscope
introduces a new funny way of changing the scale. It is intended both
for people learning the concepts of statistics and for practical use by
researchers of various kinds. A good thing is that it lets people share
data and do independent investigations. It is designed to look like an
oscilloscope but is concerned with statistics, therefore the name of
Statiscope. Statiscope is also available as a standalone application
that has Open and Save menu options. This application runs on most
- Getting Started
- At the text boxes near by the Simulate button, enter 170
in the Number box, 90 in the Mean box, and 30 in the Std.
dev. box. Click the Simulate button. Click through the
radio buttons Distribute, Probability mass, etc.
Click the button Sort to sort and then on Clear data to
empty the list. The Stop button is used to interrupt lengthy
- License Info
- You may freely use Statiscope from this site. It's not allowed to
install it on another web site. Statiscope 1.0 stand-alone application
can open and save data files locally and over a LAN, and also get data
over the Internet. Statiscope 2.0 will have support for more
- Comments Welcome
- Bug reports, and suggestions for improvements on the program
Statiscope and this documentation is gratefully received by Mikael Bonnier.
- THIS PROGRAM IS USED AT YOUR OWN RISK. IT SHOULD SPECIFICALLY NOT
BE USED IN HIGH RISK ACTIVITY SUCH AS DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF
PATIENTS, OR THE OPERATION OF NUCLEAR FACILITIES OR WEAPONS SYSTEMS.
The program Statiscope and this documentation is Copyright
© 1996-1997 by Mikael Bonnier, Lund, Sweden. All rights
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