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Computer Applications in the Social Sciences

by Edward E. Brent
Publisher: Temple University Press
Release Date: 1990
Genre: Social Science
Pages: 471 pages
ISBN 13: 9780877226666
ISBN 10: 0877226660
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Presenting an introduction to computing and advice on computer applications, this book examines hardware and software with respect to the needs of the social scientist. It offers a framework for the use of computers, with focus on the 'work station', the center of which is a personal computer connected to networks by a telephone-based modem.
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