HP49G+, is it good in Statistics?



#6

That's my question, just for knowing.
Thanks.


#7

Built in capabilities, not really. With my statpack49, equal/better than the TI-83. With StatPro49, the best statistics calculator around.


#8

Hi;

are these packs available? When you mention "my Statpack49", are you refering to some pack deveopped by your own? I'd like to know if they (any of them) also deal with Sthocastic Statistics as well.

Cheers.

Luiz (Brazil)


#9

Yes. It is basically a clone of the 83's stat capability. StatPro49 was made by Scott Guth, both are availible on hpcalc.org. As to your second question, I don't really ahve muhc knowledge about statistics, so I cant really say.


#10

You helped locating it!

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