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Since the start of the seventies machine is accessible to exploit programmable desktops for numerous initiatives. throughout the nineties the has constructed from the massive major frames to non-public workstations. these days it's not purely the that is even more robust, yet workstations can do even more paintings than a first-rate body, in comparison to the seventies. In parallel we discover a specialization within the software program. Languages like COBOL for enterprise­ oriented programming or Fortran for medical computing in basic terms marked the start. The creation of non-public pcs within the eighties gave new impulses for even extra improvement, already at first of the seven­ ties a few precise languages like SAS or SPSS have been to be had for statisticians. Now that private desktops became very hot the variety of seasoned­ grams begin to explode. this day we are going to discover a big choice of courses for nearly any statistical objective (Koch & Haag 1995).

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Normally the brush is a rectangular area which gives a specific colour and form to all datapoints in the brush area which can be chosen by the user. It is assumed that if the i-th datapoint in one scatterplot changes its colour and/or form then the i-thdatapoint in all other scatterplots will change accordingly. The facilities of a brush (Fisherkeller et al. 1988) should be: • Deleting All datapoints in the brush are masked out. Often the colour of a datapoint is set to the background colour. • Highlighting A datapoint gets another colour and/or form.

For example SPSS makes an approach to store information about a variable, but this is Exploratory Statistical Techniques 27 not enough to allow or permit different statistical operations. The program BDMP stores informations about the type of a variable and permits a statistical operation if it is appropriate. This may lead to some problems since sometimes the type of a variable is not completely clear. Missings. The treatment of missings is a problem in statistical software. We know the program (Unwin 1995) for exploratory statistics which gives a clear indication about missings to the user.

10. A barchart of the frequency of values of the variable exp(RAD) of the Boston housing dataset (accessibility to radial highways). 11. A piech art of the frequency of values of the variable exp(RAD) of the Boston housing dataset (accessibility to radial highways). 1 ....... -0 ........................................................................................................................................................ 2 ............ ·......................................................................................................................

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