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Least Squares computes linear regression on your Mac

updated 12:00 am EDT, Tue July 8, 2008

Least Squares graphing app

VVI has unveiled Least Squares, a math application that computes and displays linear regression. Users can input a variety of data points and the software will compute and draw a line on a graph to fit the data. The company says Least Squares uses a "concise and elegant" interface that can be used to teach linear regression, or as a professional tool for data exploration.

The application allows users to directly input data, or import it from databases and other sources. Least Squares is a free application based on Vvidget Code, which allows developers to create their own graphing applications. Vvidget Code is available to educational users for $80 and to commercial users for $180.




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  1. blahblahbloo

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    math on mac

    Another program that works great on Mac OS X is SAGE.

    http://www.sagemath.org/

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