Re: Has Gnumeric considered wiritng an SPSS clone?
- From: Uri David Akavia <uridavid netvision net il>
- To: Allin Cottrell <cottrell wfu edu>
- Cc: Gnumeric Mailing list <gnumeric-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: Has Gnumeric considered wiritng an SPSS clone?
- Date: Sat, 14 Dec 2002 18:49:56 +0200
Thanks everybody. I didn't know about all these alternatives. They seem
to be useful, and already an option to interface with gnumeric. I might
look at them next time I need SPSS.
On Fri, 2002-12-13 at 05:06, Allin Cottrell wrote:
On Thu, 12 Dec 2002, Jim Robison-Cox wrote:
In jumping in here, I should say that I am a statistician, and not a big
fan of SPSS. Gnumeric is great, in my estimation.
Several projects to note:
R is a freeware statistics package, which is now as powerful as any
package i know of...
Agreed, and thanks for the references to R-gui projects.
One other project to throw in (declaration of "interest": I'm the
author) is gretl (gretl.sourceforge.net). It's a combined
gui/scripting statistical package, which will import gnumeric data and
also export data in R-readable format, besides doing its own thing,
which is mostly econometric analysis. GPL of course.
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