TKU NetStat is an online statistics computational webinterface developed by The Department of Statistics, TamKang University, Taipei, TAIWAN, Republic of China (NOT Communist China (PRC)).
The objective of NetStat is to integrate statistics computations and WWW, so that whereever you are, as long as you have internet access, you can always perform probability and statistics computations.
NetStat is in fact an interface software. We evaluated many free domain or GPLlicenced statistical softwares and hope to provide web functionality for those with batchprocessing capability.
NetStat uses PHP web programming language and some Fortran programs as gateways to access backend statistical softwares. The backend softwares include, for example,
 ranlib, dcdflin, STAT, Linpack, StarPac
 R package
 Other Fortran programs from StatLib or NetLib.
Most of the NetStat computations is based on the R package. But, NetStat can also be used as frontend for any statistical software with batchprocessing capability, for example, lots of Fortran programs for statistics and SAS :)
NetStat now runs on Linux operating system on a doubleCPU PII333 machine. We are hoping to move NetStat to a faster machine as soon as possible.
NetStat is still on testing stage.
Todo:
 modules: To provide module API to extend the package easily.
 portalbility: To run NetStat package on UNIX and Windows servers
 documentation
 open source
(Please forward questions about NetStat to Steve Chen)
