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Where possible, teaching assistants have provided supplemental examples in other packages, and will provide feedback on student work in a variety of software packages. Please check the course description page for details about how software is supported in each course. For free trial versions, check the duration before installing, and don't install the software too early -- make sure that the free trial will run until the end of the course. For a 30-day trial, this generally means you should wait until at least the first week of the course. Once the course opens, you can review information about assignments and due dates to be sure that your installation will carry you as long as needed. MAC USER: Please note that, in most cases, statistical software differs in the capabilities that are available on the Mac, and, in some cases is not available at all on the Mac (or on the most recent Macs). If you are a Mac user, please check first to be sure that the software/capabilities you are interested in are available.
General Purpose. Data Desk Data Desk is a user friendly statistical package with special facilities for exploration and visualization. Check the Data Desk web site - - for trial copies and more information about Data Desk. Excel Many people use the functionality provided in Excel's Analysis Toolpak for basic statistical analysis. If you are going to continue with more advanced statistics, you will need to purchase a statistical add-in for Excel, suited to your needs. Several Statistics.com courses in resampling and data mining use Excel add-ins. IBM SPSS Statistics.
IBM SPSS Statistics student software available online through several web sites. Please for options. If you are a student enrolled in a university, you may obtain a student version of IBM SPSS Statistics from SPSS.
JMP JMP is an easy-to-use data analysis and graphics tool from SAS. JMP provides a broad collection of statistics and graphics tools, from basic statistics to DOE to Data Mining and is available for Windows, Macintosh and Linux operating systems. JMP also integrates with SAS providing an intuitive interface to SAS' extensive library and enterprise data. You can download a 30-day evaluation copy of JMP. This software is supported by our teaching assistants.
MINITAB A free 30 day trial version of this software is available to students enrolled in certain courses at Statistics.com. MINITAB is a general statistical and graphical analysis package.
It can do various general analyses including time series. To download the 30 day trial version of Minitab, and carefully follow the on screen instructions. For more information about MINITAB, visit the MINITAB website:.
This software is supported by our teaching assistants. R This software is free and can be obtained from the R Project website.
It does basic statistics, resampling, regression, logistic regression, GLM and GEE (this list includes available user-written routines). To obtain a free copy or to receive more information about R visit the R Project website: SAS The University Edition of SAS is available free of charge at the following location: Students will need to create a free account with SAS in order to download the software.
The University Edition of SAS is provided as a Virtual Machine in either VirtualBox (ova) format or in a format suitable for VMWare products. A virtual machine is a file or folder that contains an entire computer with operating system and program in software. A virtual machine player is needed to access the SAS virtual machine. Two recommended virtual machine players are Oracle's VirtualBox (runs on Windows, Mac or Linux) and VMWare's VMWare Player (runs on Windows and Linux).