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some links about statistical tools

The reason i explore the statistical tools is related to my research project. Our lab has a project about applying sensor networks to agriculture. To help agronomists have better understanding about their plants, we employ sensor networks to collect environmental parameters of crops grown in green houses and crop fields.  Although we got a great amount of data, the data is not ready for use. We have to preprocess the raw data to eliminate or correct the false ones, which usually requires statistical computation over the datasets. After simple survey, I’ve decided to give R a little try.

Relevant Links

1. Comparison of data analysis packages: R, Matlab, SciPy, Excel, SAS, SPSS, Stata

A brief comparison  about data analysis packages. There are also lots of valuable comments along with the article.

2. Why are SAS/STATA the default statistical tools for undergrads? Why not teach R?
The thread on reddit.com talked about SAS and R.

3. Intro to Statistics – MATLAB Style

A short introduction to statistical toolbox in Matlab. Also, there are several posts on the same topic in the scope of Matlab.

4. Trilogy of Statistical programming with R on IBM developerworks

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  1. November 21, 2010 at 2:51 pm

    Glad I found this site.

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