MacDonald R. Phillips

ID:15
First Name:MacDonald R.
Last Name:Phillips
Last Change:2007-04-02
Number of Files:9 (166th most prolific)
Number of Downloads:64,765 (153rd most downloaded)

ACCT 1.0.0   (details) 48 ENG   6 KB / 9 KB
ScreenshotAccounting program.
By MacDonald R. Phillips. 1997-08-21

Actuarial Math   (details) 48 ENG   10 KB / 13 KB
ScreenshotPerforms actuarial math, such as life annuities and insurance.
By MacDonald R. Phillips. 1997-08-21

Actuarial Math   (details) 49/50 ENG   16 KB / 13 KB
ScreenshotPerforms actuarial math, such as life annuities and insurance.
By MacDonald R. Phillips. 1999-08-13

FIN 4.2.1 B   (details) 48 ENG   39 KB / 2-42 KB
ScreenshotFIN 4.2.1 B is a set of financial programs for the 48G.
By MacDonald R. Phillips. 1997-08-21

FIN49A 2.1   (details) 49/50 ENG   36 KB / 45 KB
ScreenshotFinancial package for the 49G, including Bonds and Stocks, irregular cash flows, etc. Original program written by Don Phillips; 49G port by John H Meyers.
By MacDonald R. Phillips and John H Meyers. 2003-05-21

RAS 3.0   (details) 48 ENG   35 KB / 25 KB
Regression analysis package that allows one to do ordinary least squares, non-linear least squares (that are intrinsically linear), and two-stage least squares. Also handles logistic regression for binary dependent data.
By MacDonald R. Phillips. 1999-12-15

RAS 3.0b   (details) 49/50 ENG   44 KB / 25 KB
ScreenshotRegression analysis package that allows one to do ordinary least squares, non-linear least squares (that are intrinsically linear), and two-stage least squares. Also handles logistic regression for binary dependent data. 100% User RPL with one "unsupported but stable" SYSEVAL.
By MacDonald R. Phillips. 2007-04-02

Truth Tables 2.0   (details) 48 ENG   12 KB / 4 KB
ScreenshotThis program is designed to construct and display or print truth tables for 1 to 7 variables and any logical expression based on those variables.
By MacDonald R. Phillips. 1999-05-05

Two-Stage Least Squares Program   (details) 48 ENG   2 KB / 2 KB
TSLS computes four things and puts them on levels 1-4 on the stack. On level 4 is the degrees of freedom of the t values. On level 3 is a vector of the t values for the computed coefficients. On level 2 is a vector of the standard errors of the computed coefficients. On level 1 is a vector of the computed coefficients of the form [Alpha, Beta, Gamma], where Alpha is the value of the intercept, Beta is the k coefficients of the Y1 matrix, and Gamma is the i coefficients of the X1 matrix.
By MacDonald R. Phillips. 1997-08-21

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