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Microcomputer Methods for Social Scientists
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Microcomputer Methods for Social Scientists

Second Edition
  • Philip A. Schrodt - Pennsylvania State University, USA, University of Kansas, Lawrence, USA, Northwestern University, USA


September 1987 | 96 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This revised edition of Schrodt's guide to microcomputer uSAGE for social scientists reflects the changes in systems, software and uSAGE which have taken place over the last three years. Schrodt adds material on: the Apple Macintosh system; the development of mainframe-quality statistical packages for micros; the development of Pascal and C as programming languages; the introduction of affordable desk-top publishing, graphics editing and RAM-resident utilities.
 
Introduction
 
Hardware
 
Operating Systems
 
Editors and Word Processing
 
Programming
 
Statistics and Numerical Processing
 
Other Software
 
Graphics
 
Odds and Ends
 
Final Thoughts
 
Bibliography

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