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Open Source Statistical code

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Does anyone know of a library of statistical code such as correlation, linear regression etc?

I'd rather compile and edit to meet my needs than use a canned object library if at all possible.


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What about GOOSE?

http://www.gnu.org/software/goose/goose.html ("Goose: The GNU Object-Oriented Statistics Environment")
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Bingo!

Thanks.
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