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2. Typographical and style conventions used
3. Perl as a scripting language
4. Perl documentation and other resources
5.1. Basic data types
5.2. Basic input/output
5.3. Program control statements
5.4. User defined functions
5.5. Regular expressions
5.6. References
6. Running Perl programs
7.1. Reading data
7.2. Examples of recoding, validating, and transforming variables
7.3. Sorting observations
8. Enhancing Perl with modules
9. WWW interfacing with Perl
10. Introduction
11. Reproducible statistical computations using Perl
12. Assessing the numerical reliability of modules
13. Speed of execution benchmarking in Perl
14.1. Descriptive statistics
14.2. Two-sample t test
14.3. Statistical distributions
14.4. ANOVA and Kruskal-Wallis tests
14.5. Simple linear regression
14.6. Random number generation
15. An overview of modules for numerical linear algebra
16.1. PDL documentation and other resources
16.2. PDL shell
16.3. Basic PDL data type
16.4. Constructing PDL objects
16.5. Indexing PDL objects
16.6. Basic vector and matrix operations
16.7. Manipulating PDL objects
16.8. Regression computations
16.9. Numerical optimization
17. Embedding statistical software in Perl
18. Conclusion
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Published by: SivaPrakash Katabathuni on Nov 04, 2012
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