Prof.Dr. Irwin Scollar (al001@RS1.RRZ.UNI-KOELN.DE)
Sun, 29 Jan 1995 10:22:14 +0100

Simtel has finally accepted:

The Bonn Archaeological Statistics Package Ver. 4.5

Basp for DOS is available world-wide from all of the ca. 48 Simtel
mirror sites in additon to (msdos/statistics/basp4dos) and
on the next edition of Simtel CD-ROM.

Basp for Windows will be announced in a few weeks.

Here is a copy of the acceptance letter:

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I have uploaded to SimTel, the Coast to Coast Software Repository (tm),
(available by anonymous ftp from the primary mirror site OAK.Oakland.Edu
and its mirrors):

SimTel/msdos/statstic/ The Bonn Archaeological Statistics Package 4.5

The Bonn Archeological Statistics Package (BASP) is a non-profit software
project for and by archeologists which has been developed cooperatively
since 1973, first for IBM mainframes, then for DEC minicomputers and
since 1987 for the IBM PC. It now includes more than 60 functions for
Seriation, Clustering, Correspondance Analysis, Harris Matrix Analysis
and other tools for archeologists, anthropologists, architechtural
historians and ethnologists. The programs use virtual matrices of 32K
x 32K, enabling very large sparse datasets to be treated under DOS.

Public Domain. Uploaded by the first author:
Irwin Scollar