Wednesday, March 27, 2013

More useful software

A friend recently pointed me to a couple of posts on Evan Miller's interesting blog - Miller is a grad student in economics who is interested in statistics for the non-academic trying to figure out what's going on in her world. Like me. He's also developed and is selling two applications that look extremely useful, Wizard, and Magic Maps. Wizard, according to Miller's description, is a "powerful, easy-to-use tool for data analysis." I've embedded the brief but clear video describing it. Magic maps is, as you might expect, a mapping tool.

I've downloaded test versions and will play with them over the next couple of weeks. Meanwhile, has anyone had any experience with these programs? If you do, please email me or comment.

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