LISP-STAT: An Object-Oriented Environment for Statistical by Luke Tierney

By Luke Tierney

Written for the pro statistician or graduate information scholar, the first goal of this publication is to explain a procedure, in response to the LISP language, for statistical computing and dynamic portraits to teach the way it can be utilized as a good platform for a variety of statistical computing projects starting from easy calculations to customizing dynamic graphs. furthermore, it introduces object-oriented programming and pictures programming in a statistical context. The dialogue of those principles relies at the Lisp-Stat procedure; readers with entry to any such method can reproduce the examples provided and use them as a foundation for additional experimentation and examine.

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2, we can put ethanol arid oxygen in a scatterplot and sugar in a histogram. 12. he name-list function to generate a window with a list of labels in it. This window can be Iinked with any plot, and selecting a label in a name list will then highlight the corresponding points in the linked plots. You can use the -17 name-list function with a nuinerical argument; for example. (name-list 10) gmeratm a name list with rlic lab& YY , . . '9", or you rail give it a list of labels of your own. 2. 5 Modifying a Scatterplot After producing a scatterplot of a data set, you might like to add a line, for example, a regression line.

2 above. and :point-showingare useful for dynamic simulations. Here is the help information for :pointselected in a histograin: > (send h :help :point-selected) :POINT-SELECTED Method args: (point &optional selected) Sets or returns selection status (true or NIL) of POINT. Sends :ADJUST-SCREEN message if states are set. Vectorized. '"dotimes is onc of several Lisp looping constructs It is a special form with the syntax (dotimes ( ( a a t ) ( c o u n t ) ) ( ~ ~ F J T - } . . ). The loop is repeated (count) times, with (tlar) hound to 0 , 1, .

The term vectorozed in a function's documentation means the function can be applied to arguments that are lists; the result is a Kist of the results of applying the function to each element. A related term appearing in the documentation of some functions is vector reducing. A function is vector reducing if it is applied recursively to its arguments until a single number results. The functions sum,prod,max,and min are vector reducing. ing of the symbols that contain "norin" as part of their name > (apropos 'norm) NORMAL-QUANT NORMAL-RAND NORMAL-CDF NORMAL-DENS NORMAL BIVNORM-CDF NORM and then w e help to ask for more information about each of these symbols.

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