Data Desk
Data Desk 6.3.0
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Interactive tools for data analysis/display.   Demo ($729.00)
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Data Desk is a fast, easy-to-use data analysis package that has been helping people understand their data since 1986. The program provides interactive tools for analysis and display based on the concepts and philosophy of Exploratory Data Analysis. Data Desk implements many traditional statistics techniques suitable for data from planned experiments and surveys. However, the program's true strength is its powerful tools for data exploration, visualization and mining. All Data Desk's plots and tables are linked together so that points selected in one display highlight in all other
What's New
Version 6.3.0:

Note: Version 6.3.0 is a paid upgrade from version 6.2 (with valid serial number) for $99.

  • Optimized for OS X 10.7 or later
  • Starts and runs faster
  • Removed 32,000 limit on categorical variables
  • Frequency and Contingency tables can now have any number of rows
  • Operations on categories are now much faster, as is the Lookup derived variable function

Version 6.3.0:

Note: Version 6.3.0 is a paid upgrade from version 6.2 (with valid serial number) for $99.

  • Optimized for OS X 10.7 or later
  • Starts and runs faster
  • Removed 32,000 limit on categorical variables
  • Frequency and Contingency tables can now have any number of rows
  • Operations on categories are now much faster, as more...
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.7 or later



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Jjpong commented on 26 Nov 2013
Taking the screenshot provided by the developer makes me laugh. So they are selling an application that runs under System 7, which is about 21 years old?
[Version 6.3.0]

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burypromote

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Jjpong replied on 26 Nov 2013
Actually, it's probably lower than System 7. Maybe around 6.8...
burypromote

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Stellae Luminae replied on 29 Nov 2013
Sorry to say, but you are both very wrong.
What you see inside the application window is the structure and windows of the application interface. This is a longtime powerful statistical application with unique capabilities. I have used this software for many years in medical research and I am really glad it is back!
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lestrade2 reviewed on 30 May 2011
DataDesk has been one of my favorite Mac analytical applications for YEARS. That's the problem. I haven't seen major evolution in the app for a decade. Once it stood head and shoulders above competitors and made a really good case for buying a mac in the first place. (Back then they were pure of soul and only made a Mac version).

But they seem to have been resting on their laurels. (Comatose on their laurels?) And the look and feel haven't changed. So, bottom line, if you've never played around with DataDesk you will be blown away and very impressed. (But just think how much more impressed you would have been playing around with the exact same app 15 years ago?)

As someone who believes in continuous improvement I am saddened that they have not extended their product.
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Downloads:2,405
Version Downloads:83
Type:Business : Applications
License:Demo
Date:26 Nov 2013
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $729.00
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Data Desk is a fast, easy-to-use data analysis package that has been helping people understand their data since 1986. The program provides interactive tools for analysis and display based on the concepts and philosophy of Exploratory Data Analysis. Data Desk implements many traditional statistics techniques suitable for data from planned experiments and surveys. However, the program's true strength is its powerful tools for data exploration, visualization and mining. All Data Desk's plots and tables are linked together so that points selected in one display highlight in all other displays. Select bars in a bar chart or histogram, slices of a pie chart, rows, columns, or cells of a table, or any points in a scatterplot, rotating plot, dotplot, or boxplot, and the selected points highlight in all plots. Such consistency reveals relationships among several variables, identifies clusters and subgroups and helps you to catch errors and outliers.


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