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StatLab Heidelberg

The statistical laboratory contributes to the educational efforts in statistics at Heidelberg. More information for students interested in statistics is available in the studinfo section. To get announcements and recent information, please subscribe to the StatLab list.

Established in 1984, StatLab is affiliated to the Institute for Applied Mathematics, Universität Heidelberg.

The home page for the statistics group is http://www.math.uni-heidelberg.de/stat/.

When StatLab Heidelberg was established, it pioneered many services, like email, online preprints, web calendars of events etc. Most of these services are by now generally available. After 25 years, as of August 2009, StatLab will concentrate on its core, and these additional services will be moved to other sites.

We are proud of our history, and you find a short account here.

For a limited time, links will still be provided at this site. Thank you for staying with StatLab for the time past.

Additional Information on Some Sections on This Server

Projects
Current research projects. Among others, this includes Project Voyager, an extensible portable programming environment for statistical computing and simulation, based on Oberon.
Voyager has been used to implement Bertin matrices. Project Bertin has the recent references, including video demonstrations.
Data
Some data sets, with documentation.
Reports and "Beiträge zur Statistik"
Reports in mathematical statistics and related areas. (This series is discontinued and is kept here for achival purposes.)

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