MaxStat Pro prices starting from 153.51 €

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incl. 19 % VAT

MaxStat is a easy to use and affordable statistics software. You can complete your statistical analysis in three easy steps within a single dialog box. MaxStat is perfect for students and young researchers because it guides users through each step of analysis.

MaxStat supports over 100 commonly used statistical tests and makes it easy to interpret results and create high-quality graphs. Maxstat includes descriptive, hypothesis, linear and nonlinear regression, correlation, multivariate analysis, and time series. MaxStat even helps you to design your experiments by computing sample sizes and power as well as offering factorial Design of Experiments. You can create 30 different graph styles, including bar, box-whisker, scatter plots, regression lines and biplots.

Statistics

The core of MaxStat...learn about the powerful and reliable statistical procedures MaxStat offers. MaxStat provides more than 100 statistical tests commonly used in the analysis of scientific data, including descriptive, hypothesis, linear and nonlinear regression, correlation, multivariate analysis, and time series. MaxStat even helps you to design your experiments by computing sample sizes and power. Below is a list of statistical features supported by MaxStat.

 BASIC STATISTICS Descriptive:   Both column and row statistics Sample size Minimum and maximum Sum Mean Standard error of the mean Standard deviation Confidence range of the mean Coefficient of variation Geometric mean Median Percentiles (25, 75, and user-selected) Skewness Kurtosis Row means Sample size Minimum and maximum Mean Standard error of the mean Standard deviation Normality tests Anderson-Darling Shapiro-Wilk Kolmogorov-Smirnov Lilliefors t Bera-Jeraque Variance tests Bartlett Two sample F test chi-square Outliers Grubbs' test

 DISTRIBUTIONS Discrete distributions Binominal Negative binominal Geometric Poisson Uniform, discrete Continous distributions Beta Cauchy Chi-square Erlang Exponential F distribution Gamma Gaussian (normal) Laplace Logistic Log-normal Maxwell Raleigh Student Triangular Uniform Weibull Histogram Counts of points, frequencies, and percent frequencies

 HYPOTHESIS TESTING t-tests and nonparametric Paired t-test Unpaired t-test One sample t-test One sample Z-test Two sample F-test One sample chi-square test One sample Wilcoxon signed rank Paired Wilcoxon signed rank Mann-Whitney McNemar Cochran 1-way ANOVA One-way ANOVA Repeated measures one-way ANOVA Kruskal-Wallis test 2-way ANOVA Two-way ANOVA Repeated measures two-way ANOVA Friedman test Quade test

 CONTINGENCY TABLE Contingency table Contingency table with Yates correction

 REGRESSION ANALYSIS Linear regression Parameters and slopes with confidence interval With weighing option Forcing through origin Residual values Multiple linear regression Logistic regression With selectable tolerance Nonlinear regression 51 built-in functions User-defined functions Parameters with confidence interval and standard error Automatic initial values With weighing option

 CORRELATION Pearson correlation, parametric Between two variables, correlation coefficient with confidence interval Matrix of multiple variables with correlation coefficient and p values Spearman correlation, nonparametric

 MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS Principal component analysis Based on Raw data Correlation matrix Covariance matrix Multidimensional Scaling Distance calculation by Euclidean City block Chebyshev

 TIME SERIES Auto correlation Optional: Covariance Exponential forecast Single Double Triple ARAR forecast Optional: Memory shortening filter Smoothing data Exponential (single, double, or triple) Single moving average

EXPERIMENTAL DESIGNER

Sample size

• Confidence intervals
• Hypothesis testing
• Correlation
• ANOVA

Power analysis

• Hypothesis testing
• Correlation
• ANOVA

Factorial design analysis

Full factorial designs with

• Two levels
• Mixed levels

Scientific Graphing

Create graphs with a single click! MaxStat has over 30 graphing options that you can save according to the high-quality specifications needed for publications and reports. Scroll down to see the graph styles MaxStat supports.

Mean, geometric, and median bar

With optional error bars:

± SD

± SEM

95%, 98% or 99% CI range

Mean, geometric, and median line

With optional error bars:

± SD

± SEM

95%, 98% or 99% CI range

Box plot, low-high

Options:

Line: mean, Box: range
Line: mean, Box: SD
Line: mean, Box: SEM
Line: mean, Box: 95%, 98%, 99% CI
Line: median, Box: range
Line: none, Box: range

Box-Whisker

Whisker options:
Range
Percentiles (10-90, 5-95, 2.5-97.5, and 1-99)

DNA plot

Histogram

Vertical and horizontal bar graphs

Stacked (values and 100%)
Separated bars

Simple linear regression
Optional: Connecting line and points only

Multiple linear regression
Observed versus predicted values

Residual plots

Nonlinear regression
Optional: Connecting line and points only

XY plots

Biplots (multivariate analysis)

Scree plot (PCA)

Z-Score plots (PCA)

Auto correlation and lag plots

Forecast and smoothing plots

Further Information

http://www.maxstat.de/

Minimum requirements

 OS CPU RAM Hard disk space Screen Res. Others Minimum Windows Vista 1.6 GHZ 1 GB 120 MB 1024 x 768 Microsoft .NET Framework 3 Recommended Windows 7 2.20 GHz 4 GB 150 MB 1600 x 900 (will be installed if missing)

MaxStat guides you in statistical analysis and scientific graphing

So you're not a professional statistician? Don't worry. With MaxStat, you can analyze your data in three easy steps. MaxStat helps you find the statistical test you need. Just briefly describe your data and MaxStat will choose the correct statistical test. MaxStat provides a basic description of the selected test, or you can get detailed information by clicking the Learn button. Click here for a complete list of statistical analyses MaxStat can perform.

 A help system that really helps The help system provides support so you can do your work as efficiently as possible. It includes complete software documentation with screenshots and online tutorials to get you started within minutes, and a guide for learning basic principles of statistics.   See for yourself. Click here to read the documentation and watch our online tutorials.

Results that are easy to understand

At MaxStat, we make statistics easy to do, but we also make the results easy to understand. You don't need to be an expert to understand the results and quickly interpret them in terms of your scientific question. You can export the results into Excel to share them with your professor, classmates, or colleagues. Of course, you can also print the results or even insert them to MaxStat's own word processor.

Display your data in high-quality graphs with over 30 styles

After statistical analysis, you can produce graphs in just one or two clicks. You can also prepare graphs without doing any statistics. Click here to see all the graphs MaxStat supports. Graphs are fully editable and can be exported to most any other graphing, word-processing, or presentation software.

Write notes and reports to your statistical data analysis

MaxStat includes a complete word processor for creating and storing notes with your analysis and graphs. Because everything is stored in a single project file, you won't need to search your computer for separate files anymore! You can even write reports and manuscripts - adding images, tables, and lists is very easy. With a single click you can insert results and graphs as well.