regression software under IRIX 6.5: SUMMARY



Few days ago, I asked the following question:
 >Dear all,
 >I look for regression software (non-linear regression; works under SGI IRIX
 >6.5) I found a lot of Web sites presenting regression software that works
 >under Windows and sometimes Linux but not on IRIX 6.5 (not 5.2...)
 >I know "gnuplot" can make some regressions and I already use it
 but I would
 >like to find some other ones.
 >Moreover, if it is free for academic labs, it is better ;-)
 >Thanks, Best regards,
 >Francois
 Thanks to all for your answers. Here are a summary of the answers, I received:
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 xmgrace
 http://plasma-gate.weizmann.ac.il/Grace/
 Groeten, David.
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 Dr. David van der Spoel		Biomedical center, Dept. of Biochemistry
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 Have you considered xmgr
 http://plasma-gate.weizmann.ac.il/Xmgr/doc/xmgr.html
 It does regression and is free.
 Kristy Mardis
 Pacific Lutheran University
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 Try the R project, a clone of S/Splus. It can do all sorts of
 regressions. Plus it's under the GPL. :-)
 <http://www.r-project.org/>;
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 Francois
 I have my own PLS code (C) for SAMPLS if you are interested? It's a
 simple command line interface. It includes crossvalidation and random
 permutation routines ...
 David
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 I use R for all my statistics
     http://www.r-project.org/
 It runs on many different platforms (I've personally used it under both
 Linux and Irix, but there are also Mac and Windows versions), and it's
 a complete, modern, free (GPL) statistical computing environment.
 Some possible negative points: it may be overkill for some purposes; it
 does not have a graphical user interface; many modules are somewhat
 indigestible to the non-statistician. However, I've been very happy with
 it. The graphical capabilities are also good.
 cheers,
 Malcolm
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 Malcolm Gillies <malcolm.gillies-0at0-kemi.dtu.dk>
 Post-doctoral researcher
 Organic Chemistry, Dept of Chemistry,
 Technical University of Denmark
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 Dear Francois,
 did you check out
 http://www.r-project.org/
 ?
 I am not a user (yet) but the website invoked my curiosity.
 So please let me know you think it is useful for you and if you
 could compile it.
 Thanks, Best regards,
 Gerd
 PS: Of course I would also like to offer you help if you are
     interested in Schrödinger Software (www.schrodinger.com), because
     we are the european distributeur for govermental and commercial
     institutions. Personally I do mostly Jaguar development
     (parallelization, calculation of thermodynamical properties).
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 You may want to look at
 http://www.csie.ntu.edu.tw/%7Ecjlin/libsvm
 R
 Ryszard Czerminski   phone: (781)994-0479
 ArQule, Inc.         email:ryszard-0at0-arqule.com
 19 Presidential Way  http://www.arqule.com
 Woburn, MA 01801     fax: (781)994-0679
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 Hi,
 Xmgr or the newer derivative xmgrace are able to do this. I use both on linux
 but I don't think its a problem to compile it for irix (source code is freely
 available). In my opinion xmgr is better for plotting but xmgrace is better
 for doing mathmatical operations.
 Please have a look at: http://plasma-gate.weizmann.ac.il/Xmgr/ .There you
 will find both programs.
 Best regards,
 Bernd
 PS: Please summarize your anwsers.
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