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Free Statistical Libraries  
This page contains libraries and source code for numerical, mathematical, and statistical (stats) functions and other routines that will (hopefully) make programming applications that require such computations easier.
Submitted: Aug 13, 2004
|Stat - Data Analysis Program  
|STAT is a set of about 30 data manipulation and analysis programs. The manipulation programs are general C utilities that work with other standard programs like sort. The analysis programs compute most widely used statistics. |STAT programs are designed with the philosophy that individual programs should be designed as tools that do one task well and produce output suitable for input via pipes to |STAT and other programs.
Submitted: Jun 14, 2004
Apophenia - a stats library for C  
This is a library of functions to facilitate statistical computing. It has functions on the same level as the typical statistics package (OLS, probit, singular value decomposition, &c.), but does not tie the user to an ad hoc language and environment.
Submitted: May 03, 2005
Poisson random distribution function ANSI C source code.
Submitted: Aug 05, 1999
This is a class for collecting and printing simple statistics, meaning integers, unsigned integers, and one-word floating-point numbers. Statistics are collected in modules (meant to correspond to software modules). Each module consists of a list of statistics, along with metadata describing the type and semantics of each statistic. Modules are distinguished by unique masks, which are manifest constants (there is no convenient way to make sure the masks are unique).
Submitted: Jan 19, 2000
Uniform random distribution, compatible with MATLAB-4, in ANSI C function format.
Submitted: Aug 05, 1999
Data visualization and statistical analysis software application for Windows. Histogram of one parameter distribution, curve and surface fitting, near neighbors estimation.
Submitted: Oct 09, 2003

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