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A computer program for Aa data processing.
Gabler-RC Jr.; Brown-RE; Haymes-JG
Am Laboratory 1971 Feb; :10-16
Basic, a conversational language that is compatible with most time- sharing computer systems, was used to write a computer program for atomic absorption calculations. The program is faster and cheaper than manual methods of data reduction, and its use greatly reduces the possibility of clerical and arithmetical errors. Since it is used in the time-sharing mode, the program is under operator control at all times. The output can be used as a final analytical report.
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