StatCalc simplifies common statistical calculations with 21 procedures. Use
StatCalc to create and compare summary statistics, develop confidence intervals, and
verify hand calculations. Enter data to produce frequency, descriptive, correlation,
and regression statistics or use
the data manager to import tab delimited, comma delimited, and AcaStat software data
files.
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. The Mac version may be purchased through this
site or from Mac App
Store.


User
Manual  Compare Tools
Windows XP or Later and Mac OS X 10.7 or
Later

$9.99

AcaStat/StatCalc
Bundle $23.99 
Features

 Use as a handy statistics calculator
 Includes 21 statistical procedures
 Conduct a quick statistical evaluation of summary data when
the raw data is not available
 Easily create confidence intervals for means and proportions
 Statistics Glossary Module
 Decision Tools (elasticity, queuing, constant dollars)
 View, save and print Output
 Import and export delimited text files
 Import AcaStat data files
 Example Data Files for each procedure
 Stat Guide provides interpretation examples
 Pvalue Calculator
 Enter counts for chisquare and StatCalc will calculate common
statistics and create a contingency table with total, row, and column percentages.
 Data Manager allows the selection and loading of variables
into statistical procedures.
 Data limits can be adjusted from 100 to 100,000 observations
for frequencies, descriptives, weighted mean, goodness of fit, correlation, and regression

 Frequencies of numerical and string data 
count, percentages
 Descriptives  count, sum, minimum, maximum,
mean, median, range, population and sample variance and deviation, skewness, standard
error, coefficient of variation
 Weighted mean calculator
 Bivariate Correlation  Pearson correlation
and correlation matrices
 Simple and multiple regression (OLS)  allows
up to 11 variables
 Simple and multiple logistic regression 
allows up to 11 variables
 Standardized (Z) Score generator
 Confidence interval for means
 Confidence interval for proportions
 Chisquare Test of Independence and Goodness
of Fit
 Oneway ANOVA
 Ztest of proportions; 1 and 2 sample tests
 Ttest of means; 1 and 2 sample tests
 Diagnostic accuracy  area under the curve,
sensitivity, specificity, positive and negative predictive values, likelihood ratios,
kappa
 Z, T, Chisquare and F Distribution probabilities
 Decision tables
 Queuing analysis
 Constant dollars
 Price elasticity

