New XLSTAT version for Data Modeling
A new XLSTAT update is available, offering new possibilities for data modeling and predictions. If you regularly deal with a large number of explanatory variables, then keep reading!
Discover what’s new
Lasso regression has the ability to perform variable selection, which allows us to focus on the strongest predictors.
Ridge Regression shows greater robustness than LASSO regression when using datasets with high multicollinearity. All variables are incorporated into the model.
Elastic Net Regression is a compromise between Ridge and LASSO regressions.
Those three methods are accessible under the Data Modeling menu in XLSTAT 2022.3. They are available in all XLSTAT solutions except XLSTAT Basic.
How to get XLSTAT 2022.3?
Version 2022.3 will give you access to all the above new features. Installing our new version is recommended for all users.
If you are currently using our trial version or have a valid license, you can download the new version for free here.
If you are using XLSTAT Basic, then upgrade to XLSTAT Basic+ or any other solution.
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