XLSTAT version 2019.1
Discover our latest features and options
Data Selection: Run a Linear Regression or an ANOVA on millions of data points. Available under the Modeling data menu.
Test assumptions: Validate the hypothesis of normality and homogeneity of variances. Available under the Modeling data menu.
Influence diagnostics: Compute DFBetas, Mahalanobis distance and other influence statistics. Available under the Modeling data menu.
Variables characterization: Extra filtering and sorting options for a more customized output. It is also possible to use decimal weights in parametric tests. Available under the Describing data menu.
Nonlinear regression: New interface and additional built-in models which can be used in various fields such as pharmacology. Available under the Modeling data menu.
Scatterplots: Customize your graph choosing your own color for groups. Available under the Visualizing data menu.
Multiple Factor Analysis: You can now run this analysis on frequency tables such as count data of species. Available under the Sensory dataanalysis menu.
STATIS: This method can be particularly used in the case of projective mapping, conventional profiling, free choice profiling. Available under the Sensory data analysis menu.
DOE sensory: Improved designs for all sensory discrimination tests are now available. Available under the Sensory data analysis menu.
Customer Lifetime Value: A new and useful feature to assess the financial value of your customers. Available under the Marketing Tools menu.
Price Elasticity of Demand: Determine the price of your products at which the maximum revenue is generated. Available under the Marketing Tools menu.
How to get XLSTAT 2019.1?
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