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StatMat

StatMat is a mature PC based statistical analysis software package designed primarily for engineering applications.  StatMat provides a General Distributions Calculator; Probability Plots with linear regression and standard error estimates; Histograms with "goodness of fit" , and Scatter Plots with correlation coefficients. Additionally, StatMat enables linear and curvilinear Curve Fitting with standard error estimates and C-code generation, as well as linear and curvilinear Interpolation with C-code generation.

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Nuhertz Technologies, LLC
1 East Camelback Rd. Suite 550
Phoenix, AZ 85012 USA
Phone: +1 602-279-2448
E-mail: hq@nuhertz.com
Url: http://www.nuhertz.com/statmat/

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