Considerations on Data Analysis Using Computer Methods and Currently Available Software for Personal Computers
The early stages of computer science in the 1940s, before it started to interfere more or less obviously with everybody’s life, were relatively discreet. The 1980s were marked by the first personal computers (PCs), which subsequently have gained access to an increasing number of offices and homes. During the same period, education in computer use and programming became increasingly popular so that few domains now remain untouched by the computer phenomenon.
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