What version of Windows does Statistix run on?
Statistix runs on Windows 98 and later versions, including XP, Vista, Windows 7 (32- and 64-bit), Windows 8 (32- and 64-bit), and Windows 10 (32- and 64-bit).
Can I import data from other programs like Excel?
Statistix imports data from the following file formats:
You can also paste Windows clipboard data directly into the Statistix spreadsheet.
What nonparametric tests can I do?
Statistix includes the following nonparametric tests:
What plots does Statistix offer?
You can plot histograms, dot plots, box plots, stem and leaf plots, bar charts, scatter plots, scatter plot matrix, pie charts, coplots, quantile plots, Q-Q plots, normal probability charts, residual plots, time series plots, moving average charts, and eleven SPC charts. Plots can be printed, saved, and copied to the Windows clipboard.
Is Statistix menu driven?
Yes. All statistical and data management procedures are selected from the main menu. Once you select a procedure, you're presented with a dialog box. You then select variables you want to be analyzed or manipulated. Every dialog box has a context-sensitive help button.
Can Statistix handle missing values?
Yes. Missing values are indicated with the letter M. All statistical procedures recognize missing values and treat them appropriately. Analysis of variance procedures use GLM techniques to produce marginal (type III) sums of squares and exact F tests.
Do I get a manual?
Yes. Your Statistix purchase includes a clear and concise PDF user's manual with easy-to-follow examples and references. Using Adobe Reader, you can navigate the manual using bookmarks, hyperlinks, and text searches.
Can I get help with Statistix?
Yes. We offer free, unlimited technical support. You can telephone us Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Eastern Time. You can also send us your questions by e-mail.