SYSTAT was first created in the late 1970s by a Chicago psychology professor named Leland Wilkinson. It was the first statistical program that ran on a Macintosh version with DOS and UNIX capabilities and was one of the first programs to run on Windows; it quickly became a prominent statistical analysis and graphics tool in the scientific community. In 1995, SYSTAT was sold to SPSS, an IBM® company, ® formerly called PASW® Statistics, which in 2002 sold it to Cranes Software International, based in Bangalore, India. SYSTAT is currently represented in 38 countries and is managed from Chicago, Illinois. SYSTAT prides itself for being customer oriented by creating affordable academic packages, including a free student version called MYSTAT. Both SYSTAT and MYSTAT are available for ...
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