Web-based purdy stats package?
April 20, 2006 11:40 AM   Subscribe

Is there a web-based program for collaborative statistical analysis (preferably with pretty pictures)?

I'm looking for something that runs in a browser, lets you import your own data in some convenient fashion, exports results and logs, generates permanent URLs that allow you to point visitors to your analyses (or data sets, or something), displays results as neat graphs, and has a graphical interface for performing analysis (it would be nice if it were picture-driven rather than menu-driven; I think it would be cool to pull at graphs to change results).

I suppose it would be a little like this, but with a better interface, more models, more pictures, etc.

I could swear I've seen something like this in a sci-fi movie. . . .
posted by grobstein to Computers & Internet (1 answer total)
 
This was partly answered by a recent front-page post: link.
posted by grobstein at 4:23 PM on February 13, 2007


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