The «statistical package» class of software is widely known to be the «thing not for everyone». Such programs typically require long period of learning, reading manuals, training and so on before you can actually start using them. Thus, a «regular» computer user needing one or two simple statistical instruments per a month, cannot afford using those huge, overloaded, unfriendly packages. On the other hand, this user, CAN easily use StatPlus, a simpler alternative with so rich statistical capabilities that not every «professional» package cab brag about.
StatPlus has very familiar spreadsheet-like appearance. If you have ever seen some popular spreadsheet programs like Microsoft Excel, youll cope with StatPlus in a moment. Nevertheless, the diversity and usability of the programs statistical functions (basic, ANOVA/MANOVA, nonparametric, regression, ) by far surpass Excel.
Still, the best thing about StatPlus is its friendliness. All the analysis functions you will try have brief but self-explanatory comments-hints in «plain» human language no matter how pure your statistical knowledge is, youll never be confused and easily perform all your tasks.
Finally, StatPlus has some handy additional features: diagrams, import and export from and to popular formats, embedding of objects, and even spell checker!
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