Source code for t-test, chi-square and anova in vbscript (ideally)

Hi,

I am putting up a site that collects clinical data but the users want to get some simple looks at the data without exporting it to a statsitics package.

Does anyone know where I can get the source code (ideally in vbscript) for a t-test, chi-square and/or ANOVA?

Thanks.

HL
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CatalysCommented:
Since you are using vbscript, presumably, you have access to Excel.
If so, why not reference that application in vbs and use its statistcal functions (it has all the ones you need)?

(Note: your Excel app needs the AnalysisToolPak referenced in the Addins collection.)

HTH
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levinhoAuthor Commented:
I appreciate the suggestion.  How would I go aboput doing that?

Can you point me to an explaination of how to reference Excel using asp?

Thanks.

HL
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CatalysCommented:
I don't think you can reference APIs in vbs, but you could wrap this below into a dll, which you could call in vbs


'==========================================
'Module declarations of API functions:
'--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Declare Function FindWindow Lib "user32" Alias _
  "FindWindowA" (ByVal lpClassname As String, ByVal lpWindowName As Long) As Long
'--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Declare Function SendMessage Lib "user32" Alias _
  "SendMessageA" (ByVal hWnd As Long, ByVal wMsg As Long, _
                  ByVal wParam As Long, lParam As Long) As Long
  Const WM_USER = 1024
'==========================================

Function RefExcelApp () as object

    If AppDetect("Excel") > 0 Then
        Set RefExcelApp = GetObject(, "Excel.Application")
      Else
        Set RefExcelApp = CreateObject("Excel.Application")
      End If

End sub

Function AppDetect(strApplicationClassName As String) As Long
'This procedure detects if an app is running and registers it.
'-------------------------------------------------------------
  Dim hWnd As Long
  Dim lpClassname As String
 
  Select Case strApplicationClassName
    Case "CALC"
      lpClassname = "SciCalc"
    Case "NOTEPAD"
      lpClassname = "NOTEPAD"
    Case "EXCEL"
      lpClassname = "XLMAIN"
    Case "WORDPAD"
      lpClassname = "WordPadClass"
    Case "WORD"
      lpClassname = "OpusApp"
    Case "WINHELP"
      lpClassname = "MW_WINHELP"
    Case "PBRUSH"
      lpClassname = "MSPaintApp"
    Case "Explorer"
      lpClassname = "ieframe"
    Case Else
      lpClassname = strApplicationClassName
  End Select
 
  'This returns a valid handle number, or zero if app is not running
  hWnd = FindWindow(lpClassname, 0)
  AppDetect = hWnd
  If hWnd = 0 Then Exit Function
  SendMessage hWnd, WM_USER + 18, 0, 0   'app is running. Register it in the ROT
End Function


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