StatPlus
StatPlus
7.0.1.0

3.0

StatPlus free download for Mac

StatPlus

7.0.1.0
28 September 2019

Heavy-duty data analysis.

Overview

StatPlus offers you an ability to perform heavy-duty data analysis on your Mac in a familiar and convenient Excel environment. Integrating tightly with Microsoft Excel, StatPlus:mac empowers Microsoft Excel with a set of heavy-duty statistical analysis and data management tools, turning Microsoft Excel for Mac into a full-featured statistical analysis suite.

What's new in StatPlus

Version 7.0.1.0:
  • Support of macOS 10.15 Catalina.
  • Data analysis commands include new ones from public and insider iPad versions:
  • Normality tests report includes confidence intervals and Q-Q plots (v6.9+ added Shapiro-Francia test).
  • Linear regression report includes two heteroscedasticity tests (more tests are available with separate command - Heteroscedasticity Tests) and Q-Q plot for residuals. Also a new option allows to choose type of residuals to plot.
  • Kaplan-Meier report includes Gehan-Breslow-Wilcoxon and Tarone-Ware tests in addition to Logrank test.
  • Minor report improvements for Life Tables and Compare ROC Curves commands.
  • Scatterplot allows to produce combined plot by groups.
  • Unit root test command produces more precise MacKinnon p-values.
  • Updated localizations and manual are coming soon.
  • Minor changes: Option to hide toolbar for built-in spreadsheet.

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3 StatPlus Reviews

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Hotfreaks
24 July 2008

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Why on earth would you shell out for this when a far more robust statistical package, R, is available for free. Another bafflingly overpriced Mac app. (and there are many)
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Version 4.9
Espiridion
01 December 2009
I have to say that I received an amazing level of customer support earlier this year. Truly impressive. Due to a couple of emergencies I have been unable to actually use the software so I won't post a review, but the interaction I had with AnalystSoft around February was extremely positive.
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Version 5.7.5.2
Daddy-Wells
05 October 2009
Unlike other people commenting here, I am no stats expert, so a simplified GUI appealed. Having shelled out please let me pass on that, while I do get accurate results out of the program, I have found the provided help average at best, the online support completely useless, and it seems to like crashing and causing my machine to tie itself into knots. This repeatedly happens when asking it to do certain legitimate analyses, so one must conclude that the program is buggy. I have received one reply from "support", which acknowledged that I hadn't had any replies so far and promising to get back to me in 48 hours - 6 weeks ago! So the only advice I can give, is try and talk one of the other posters here in to helping you out - this program is certainly not worth the money.
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Version 5.7.1.1
Hotfreaks
24 July 2008
Why on earth would you shell out for this when a far more robust statistical package, R, is available for free. Another bafflingly overpriced Mac app. (and there are many)
Like (3)
Version 4.9
3 answer(s)
pcharles
pcharles
19 November 2008
I'd pay the $200 just to get rid of R's ugliness. There is no reason why software of any kind needs to have so many floating windows!
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Version 5.1
Hotfreaks
Hotfreaks
20 November 2008
Give me a break. The UI? R is for building statistical models, not painting pretty pictures. Anyone who is serious about doing stats on OSX will be using R, not StatPlus. I'm wondering who on earth is going to pay $200 for this software; it appears only to be able to do very rudimentary statistical tests. Can it do generalized linear models? Nope. Bayesian statistics? Nope. Save your money.
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Version 5.2
Simonm
Simonm
12 July 2009
I agree, $200 for this is a joke, but you can't compare a GUI-based stat program with R. Though powerful, R is essentially a command-based language and pretty intimmidating to most.
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Version 5.6