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StatCalc for Mac1500.1.9

24 February 2021

Inexpensive and easy-to-use statistical tool.

What is StatCalc for Mac

StatCalc is a user-friendly analytical tool which simplifies common statistical calculations with 21 procedures. Use it to easily create summary statistics, develop confidence intervals, and verify hand calculations. Enter data to create descriptive, correlation, and regression statistics. A Decision Tools module is included to explore price elasticity of demand, queuing theory, constant dollars, and decision tables. StatCalc includes example data for each module to help you quickly learn the procedures. A statistics glossary is included. Output is stored in an output log to view and print results. The demo version limits full use to the Descriptives procedure. The other 20 procedures can be explored using the example data.

What's new in StatCalc

Version 1500.1.9:
New Features:
  • This compile is compatible with macOS Big Sur and Apple Silicon Mac. The Universal Binary app looks the same as a regular app, but it contains one version of the app that can run on x86-64 (Intel 64-bit) and another that can run on Apple Silicon.
  • Updated CPI-U in the constant dollar module to 2020 end of year.
  • Added a Calculator module that is opened via the View Menu. The calculator includes a running log of calculations that can be edited with notes and saved to the Output Log.
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App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • ARM
  • OS X 10.11.0 or later
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