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Workshop on
Design and Implementation of
Data Analysis Systems

Heidelberg, March 23rd - 26th 1995 Additional information:
See the information about Video Multicast files below
Program
Technical Info

During the workshop we will regularly post information about current sessions to this WWW area. Sometimes we will have full electronic versions of the presentations, in other cases we will just have some minimal notes. We will also invite readers to submit comments about the various sessions. These comments will be summarized in this online forum. Stay tuned for details about how to submit your comments. Our plan is to update the material on this server twice a day---once near the European morning and then again about 6 hours later near the United States east coast morning.

We multicasted the conference over the internet. For the technical setup, see the information about the virtual conference.
Current Links to Talks and other Material

List of speakers

  • R. A. Becker (Bell Labs)
  • A. Buja (Bell Labs)
  • W. S. Cleveland (Bell Labs)
  • W. F. Eddy (Carnegie Mellon)
  • P. Groeneboom (TU Delft)
  • D. Keim (München)
  • J. Marais (ETH Zürich)
  • M. Nagel (Bad Elster)
  • L. Tierney (Minneapolis)
  • A. Unwin (Augsburg)
  • F. Wietek (Oldenburg)
  • A. Wilks (Bell Labs)
  • Data analytical procedures have become a well-established part of statistics. They have found their way into many statistical systems. Interactive facilities for the investigation of low-dimensional data sets are wide-spread. For other problem areas, prototypes and suggestions are available and further development is needed. Past experiences and recent developments in computer science have opened new possibilities for graphics and interaction, and provide a basis for portable and extensible systems. These developments of computer science contribute to statistical computing and become fruitful for the design and implementation of data analysis systems.

    Themes

    To preserve the workshop character, the number of participants will be restricted. This workshop is supported by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft.
    Contact: G.Sawitzki, StatLab Heidelberg