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Statistical stuff in VB

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I'm looking for library of Statistical Functions or other tools which would help me run Regressions, Correlations...etc in Visual Basic. Thanks.
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Try
1. Quinn-Curtis, Inc - Data Analysis ActiveX control
http://www.quinn-curtis.com/products/dataacx.htm


or possibly (I don't think this is the one you want) :
2. total VB statistics by FMS, Inc. URL is (sort of analyzer for stuff in Access/Jet tables)
http://www.fmsinc.com/products/vbstat/index.html
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