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Course: S-PLUS Fundamentals: 6-9 Dec. 199, RSS, London.

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MathSoft Presents:

              S-PLUS Fundamentals 

            6th-9th December, 1999

                 RSS, London


S-PLUS Fundamentals

S-PLUS Fundamentals is designed for not only for those
new to S-PLUS, but also for those who have some previous 
experience. Beginners can take this course to get up and 
running in S-PLUS, while experienced users can "fill in 
the gaps" of their knowledge . The course will expose 
users to essential S-PLUS functions.

Course Description:

This four day course covers the basics of S-PLUS for 
Windows with an emphasis on using S-PLUS to analyze data. 
We will cover the fundamentals of the Graphical User 
Interface (GUI) and the syntax of the S-PLUS command line. 
We will explore the tools for data analysis, including 
powerful and flexible graphics functions as well as 
several of the most common statistical procedures. 
Upon completion of this course, every participant will 
have a strong foundation for becoming a successful 
S-PLUS user.

Course Outline:

Day 1 

   Overview of S-PLUS 
   The S-PLUS GUI 
   Graphically Exploring Data 
   Data Import, Manipulation and Restructuring 
   Basic Statistical Models

Day 2 

   Data Output 
   Advanced Graphics 
   The Object Explorer 
   History Logs, Script Files, and Customization 

Day 3 

   Introduction to the Command Line 
   Data Objects in S-PLUS 
   Command Line Graphics 
   Statistical Models 

Day 4 
 
   Data Input and Output 
   Functions and Operators 
   Writing Functions 
   Project Management 
   Course Objectives:


Upon completing S-PLUS Fundamentals, course 
participants will know how to: 

  Import and edit data in S-PLUS 
  Manipulate and create new data using the GUI 
  Create and customize several different kinds of plots 
  Create Trellis graphs 
  Compute summary statistics 
  Fit and evaluate linear models 
  Customize toolbars and menus 
  Understand the basic syntax of operators and 
                functions of the S-PLUS command line 
  Manage projects with S-PLUS 


Course Format:

The course will consist of both lecture and hands-on 
instruction. Laptop PC's will be provided to all 
students during the length of the instruction. 
Training manuals will also be provided during 
the course. These materials will be yours to keep. 
  
Next Date: 6-9/12/99
Venue: RSS, London
Registration      09:30 (Day 1)
Finish Time       17:00
Course Fees
Commercial Delegates:  995 GBP +VAT  (1169.13)
Academic Delegates:    795 GBP +VAT  ( 934.13)

For further information and registration forms:


http://www.mathsoft.co.uk/splus/main/course.htm

or contact our sales team on:

Tel:   01276 475 350
Email: [log in to unmask]


Geoff Pegler
Sales Manager
MathSoft International
Knightway House
Park Street
Bagshot
Surrey GU19 5AQ
United Kingdom

Tel:    +44(0)1276 45 22 99 x221
Fax:    +44(0)1276 45 12 24
Email:  [log in to unmask]
URL:    http://www.mathsoft.co.uk/splus


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