Accession Number : AD0712517


Title :   STIL SYSTEMS MANUAL,


Corporate Author : HOUSTON UNIV TEX CULLEN COLL OF ENGINEERING


Personal Author(s) : Donaghey,Charles E. ; Ozkul,Osman S.


Report Date : SEP 1969


Pagination or Media Count : 117


Abstract : There are an abundance of statistical programs and subroutines available to the computer user. However, for the occasional computer user, or the beginning statistics student, the use of these programs and subroutines can prove to be quite complex. For this reason STIL (STatistical Interpretive Language) has been developed. This language allows a user to quickly and easily write programs that solve a moderate range of statistical and probability problems. This manual lists the STIL interpreter and describes how the system operates. The interpreter consists of a main program and 33 sub-programs all written in FORTRAN IV. (Author)


Descriptors :   (*PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES, STATISTICAL ANALYSIS), COMPUTER PROGRAMS, ALGORITHMS, PROBABILITY, DATA PROCESSING, INSTRUCTION MANUALS


Subject Categories : COMPUTER PROGRAMMING AND SOFTWARE


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE