Highly Interactive, Computationally Intensive Techniques
Then we have stopped all the holes. And now we must be silent and wait. Sherlock Holmes in “The Red-Headed League” Modern statistics is impossible without computers. The introduction of modern computers in the last quarter of the 20th century created the subdiscipline “computational statistics.” This new science has subsequently initiated a variety of new computer-aided techniques. Some of these techniques, such as brushing of scatter plots, are highly interactive and computationally intensive.
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