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Many of the currently interesting statistical methods are computationally intensive, either because they require very large numbers of numerical computa- tions or because they depend on visualization of many projections of the data. The computationally-intensive methods of modern statistics rely heavily on the developments in statistical computing and numerical analysis generally.
One is a characteristic of the methodology: it is computationally intensive. The other is the nature of the tools of discovery.
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The computer, used to explore large numbers of scenarios, constitutes a new type of tool. Use of the computer to simulate alternatives and to present the research worker with information about these alternatives is a characteristic of the computational sciences.
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In some ways this usage is akin to experimentation. The observations, however, are generated from an assumed model, and those simulated data are used to evaluate and study the model. Advances in computing hardware and software have changed the nature of the daily work of statisticians.
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Many statistical modelling and data analysis techniques can be difficult to grasp and apply, and it is often necessary to use computer software to aid the implementation of large data sets and to obtain useful results. S-Plus is recognised as one of the most powerful and flexible statistical software packages, and it enables the user to apply a number of statistical methods, ranging from simple regression to time series or multivariate analysis.
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