ESBPCS-Stats is a subset of ESBPCS containing Components and Routines for Statistical Analysis and Matrix/Vector Manipulation in Delphi and C++ Builder. Includes Data Aware Components and full source, as well as a good subset of the controls.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
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Description: ESBPCS-Stats is a subset of ESBPCS for VCL containing Components and Routines for Statistical Analysis and Matrix/Vector Manipulation in Embarcadero (formerly CodGear/Borland) Delphi or C++ Builder.
This subset is ideal for people who just want the Stats and/or Matrix/Vector parts of ESBPCS, though you can upgrade to the full version at any time. Also includes Components and routines covering Probability Distributions, Linear Regression, Hypothesis Analysis, Equation Solving and more.
The subset includes a good collection of Edits, SpinEdits, ComboBoxes, Memos, CheckBoxes, RadioGroups, CheckGroups as well as a huge collection of routines. Also Includes Data Aware Components, Help and full source.
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