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XLSTAT New Version: You help make XLSTAT better for everyone
A new version of XLSTAT is available! Update your XLSTAT now to benefit from new features and new outputs.
Reduce uncertainty with our new forecasting tools: XGBoost and Easy Fit / Easy Predict
A new XLSTAT version is available for our Premium and Forecasting users!
New XLSTAT version for Sensory features
A new update of XLSTAT is available, offering new possibilities to those working in the field of sensory analysis.
MyXLSTAT: A new user interface is available
MyXLSTAT offers you a better experience with a complete overview of your licenses and seats, as well as improved management tools for more flexibility.
Get useful Insights with our new Marketing Features
A new version of XLSTAT Marketing is now available! Three new features have been added to help you conduct surveys and summarize their results.
Sensory analysis - New XLSTAT E-learning course
Do you want to become an expert in sensory analysis, refresh your knowledge, learn at your own pace without constraint? Discover our brand new sensory analysis training course.
New XLSTAT version for Data Modeling
A new XLSTAT update is available, offering new possibilities for data modeling and predictions: Lasso Regression, Ridge Regression and Elastic Net.
XLSTAT Sensory - Make the right decisions before launching your products
Thanks to your valuable feedback and to the work of our R&D team, we have developed and improved three sensory analysis XLSTAT tools: projective mapping data analysis, liking data analysis and sensory discrimination tests.
New version for Agglomerative Hierarchical Clustering (AHC)
We developped new truncation methods, extra graphs, as well as the possibility to color your dendrograms according to groups.
New version for Statistical Process Control (SPC)
This version offers new functionalities for quality control agents and other industrial specialists who carry out Statistical Process Controls.
XLSTAT version 2022.1 - Data Mining
New possibilities for exploratory data analysis and clustering — whatever your field is.