Glim, Advanced Statistics

Glim is the software package specifically suited for fitting the generalized linear models (the acronym stands for the Generalized Linear Interactive Modelling), including the logistic models, log-linear models, and models based on complementary log-log transformation. Quite large number of GLIM macros is now available which can be used for the variety of non-standard statistical analyses.

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