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Using Microcomputers: A Guide Book for Writers, Teachers, and Researchers
     

Using Microcomputers: A Guide Book for Writers, Teachers, and Researchers

by Blaine A. Brownell
 

Brownell's book is an introductory text on microcomputers for 'academics'. It contains specific examples of computer applications useful to social scientists. The examples are of bibliographies, references, research notes, census data, survey data, grant and contract accounting, instructional possibilities and the preparation of book length manuscripts. The

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Brownell's book is an introductory text on microcomputers for 'academics'. It contains specific examples of computer applications useful to social scientists. The examples are of bibliographies, references, research notes, census data, survey data, grant and contract accounting, instructional possibilities and the preparation of book length manuscripts. The chapters on hardware contain brief descriptions of the most popular machines with specifications and observations on their varying usefulness. The software discussions consist of basic descriptions of programming: what they can do; how easy they are to learn; and their principal advantages and disadvantages.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780803922914
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Publication date:
04/01/1985
Pages:
320

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