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It is designed specifically for scientists conducting animal experiment. The user interface is both easy to use and intuitive to the non-statistician. The main modules is Summary statistics, Single and Repeated Measures Parametric analysis, P-value analysis and Power analysis. Response, Paired T-test, Chi-square and Fisher’s test, Correction, Survival and regression analysis.
It has a very nice user interface making is easy to create or load data and apply statistical analysis. For now there is only a few functions available compared to R’s great many packages, but the setup makes it relatively easy for skilled users to add new functions. Thus it’s expected that more functions will be available from the online library in the near future. It’s contributed to the scientific community by the people behind JASP.
Bill Miller of Iowa State U, with a very broad range of data manipulation and analysis capabilities and an SPSS-like user interface. Bill Miller has closed maintainance and development. The software is made available for your convenience as is until further notice. 0 Free — is a Windows application and offers you an integrated environment for data analysis and visualization. There is two types of windows: “Spread” and “Figure”.
A “Spread” window contains Excel-like spreadsheets, supporting calculation with cell formulae. It provides a wide range of computing methods such as mathematical optimization, spectral, time-series and wavelet analysis. Commercial but free for up to 250 records. Results for group comparisons directly indicate the significance of the difference in average and variation, and if the sample size is sufficiently large. Available for Windows, Mac and Linux systems.
Has an emphasis on ease of use, learn as you go, and beautiful output. NT, Mac and Unix, featuring a Structured Desktop, with features designed to structure and assist the statistical analyst. But it’s free, and will never “expire”. It replicates the “look and feel” of SPSS very closely, and even reads native SPSS syntax and files! Supports over 1 billion cases and over 1 billion variables.
Choice of text, postscript or html output formats. Easy data import from spreadsheets, text files and database sources. Fast statistical procedures, even on very large data sets. Runs on many different computers and many different operating systems. It was developed for serious survey analysis using moderate to large data sets.
Gnumeric — a high-powered spreadsheet with better statistical features than Excel. F, t, permutation t, Chi-squared w. AM — a free package for analyzing data from complex samples, especially large-scale assessments, as well as non-assessment survey data. Also analyzes “plausible values” used in programs like NAEP.