What is P-STAT?
The P-STAT® system was first used to
analyze psychopharmacological data.
This data, collected from a variety of sources, required
extensive cleaning and file manipulation. The result
was a program that did far more than statistical
authors, Roald and Shirrell Buhler, left the Princeton
University Computer Center in 1979 to form P-STAT, Inc.
Today, P-STAT offers survey analysis, statistical analysis,
data and file management, data presentation, and
report-writing capabilities. Double precision is used to store
numeric data and for all statistical and arithmetic processing.
A full suite of functions is available for processing
character fields which can be from 1 to 50,000 characters in length.
P-STAT's full power lies in the ability to combine these features with
PPL (the P-STAT Programming Language) into full featured
and easy to use business applications. These applications can
be run as background batch processes or interactively in response
to user queries.
system also includes several features designed for market research
stub-and-banner displays and TURF. TURF stands for
Total Unduplicated Reach and
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