About this Web Site
The Interactive Statistical Pages project represents an ongoing
effort to develop and disseminate statistical analysis software in the form
of web pages. Utilizing HTML forms, CGI and Perl scripts,
web page contains within it (or invokes) all the programming needed to perform
a particular computation or analysis.
These pages use various techniques to accomplish their magic:
Some use HTML forms to send your data back to the web server, which
runs CGI scripts to perform the computations and sends the results back to
you as a new page. They should work on any browser that supports HTML forms.
Others, including all of my own JavaStats pages, use
needed to do the computations. These are flagged as
Explorer v3 and above.
Still others invoke Java applets to carry out the computations.
They are flagged as (Java), and require a Java-capable
browser, such as Netscape v3 and above, or MS Internet Explorer v4 and above.
These pages have been created by volunteers contributing their expertise
and efforts. They reside on computers all over the world, interlinked into
a comprehensive statistical analysis package that's freely accessible over
the Internet. It is a practical embodiment of the concept of distributed
software, and exemplifies the finest tradition and spirit of the Internet
-- people making their knowledge freely available worldwide.
Your contributions to this collection are most welcome. Please let me know
of any interactive statistical calculating pages you have created (or have
encountered on the Web) that aren't on this site, and I'll add links to them.
Or just send me your comments and suggestions for making this web site more
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