Explain Genstat, Advanced Statistics

Genstat: The basic purpose piece of statistical software for the management and the analysis of data.

The package incorporates the wide variety of data handling events and a wide range of statistical techniques including, cluster analysis, regression analysis, and the principal components analysis. Its is used as a sophisticated statistical programming language enables non- standard techniques of analysis to be implemented relatively easily.

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