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Statistica

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Statistica is a data mining and analysis program sold by StatSoft, Inc., of Tulsa, Oklahoma. The program is broad in scope with separate modules for advanced or specialty features oriented to data-intensive industries such as power production, pharmaceuticals, insurance, finance and banking, health care, and electronics. The program is available for individual computers, enterprise solutions for multiple users, and as a Web-based program. This entry describes features that are most apt to be of interest to readers of this encyclopedia, such as typical analyses, user interface, graphics, and documentation.

The basic module contains standard frequentist analysis techniques such as descriptive statistics; analysis of variance (ANOVA)/multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA), including post hoc tests and planned comparisons; multiple regression; correlations; cross-tabulation analyses; basic nonparametric analyses; and distribution ...

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