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|Title: ||Applications, Basics, and Computing of Exploratory Data Analysis|
|Authors: ||Velleman, Paul F.|
Hoaglin, David C.
|Keywords: ||stem-and-leaf displays|
|Issue Date: ||1981|
|Publisher: ||Duxbury Press|
|Abstract: ||This book provides an introduction to the methods
of exploratory data analysis as originally developed by John Tukey. For each of nine methods it discusses and illustrates the methods, provides background derivations and explanations, and presents programs in Fortran and BASIC. For most of these methods, this was the first source of such programs.|
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