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This user-friendly analytical tool simplifies common statistical calculations with 21 procedures.  Use StatCalc to easily create and compare summary statistics, develop confidence intervals, and verify hand calculations.  Enter or import data to create frequency, descriptive, correlation, and regression statistics.  Use the data manager to import tab delimited, comma delimited, and AcaStat software data files.  The default limit of 2,000 observations can be temporarily adjusted to accept data files ranging from 100 to 100,000 observations.

A Decision Tools module is included to explore price elasticity of demand, queuing theory, constant dollars, and decision tables.

StatCalc includes example data and a Stat Guide for each module to help you quickly learn the procedures.  A statistics glossary is also included.   All output is stored in an output log to view, print, and save results. 

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Windows XP or Later and Mac OS X 10.7 or Later

StatCalc

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$9.99 Retail Price
Check2.gif (863 bytes) Summary Statistics Module with 21 procedures

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Decision Tools (elasticity, queuing, constant dollars, decision table)
Check2.gif (863 bytes) View, Print, and Save Output
Check2.gif (863 bytes) Statistics Glossary Module
Check2.gif (863 bytes) Statistics Interpretation Guide for each Module
Check2.gif (863 bytes) Import and Export Data for Frequency, Descriptive, Weighted Mean, Goodness of Fit, Correlation, and Regression Modules
Check2.gif (863 bytes) Mac/Windows Compatible

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