MICROSTAT: An Interactive Statistical Package for Microcomputers
With the rapid growth of microcomputers in the last few years there has been an increasing need for statistical software for such systems. A typical microcomputer consists of a CRT display, keyboard, central processing unit, random access memory, and one or two minidisk drives. The MICROSTAT system was developed especially for such a system, yet it offers much of the power and flexibility of statistical packages designed for larger computers.
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J. Burdeane Orris. "MICROSTAT: An Interactive Statistical Package for Microcomputers" The American Statistician 34 (1980): 188-189.