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The extreme computing speed and linked views make Data Desk an unrivaled tool for visual data exploration. The award-winning interactive reports and graphs of Data Desk build on the concepts and philosophy of exploratory data analysis (EDA). Data Desk implements many traditional statistical techniques analysing planned experiments or sample surveys. However, the real strength of the program is its powerful tools for data analysis. These tools are easy to use and simplify intuitive examination of your data. Discover and illuminate your data! In addition, Data Desk offers a variety of classical methods for statistical analysis.
Arguments for Data Desk:
- Extremely high computing speed
- Has many powerful tools for data analysis
- Easy to use
- Interactive data visualization
Data Desk - for Windows and Macintosh
Data Desk is a fast, easy-to-use data analysis package that has been helping people understand their data since 1986. Data Desk provides interactive tools for data analysis and display based on the concepts and philosophy of Exploratory Data Analysis. Data Desk implements many traditional statistics techniques suitable for data from planned experiments and sample surveys. However, the program's true strength is its powerful tools for data exploration. These tools simplify intuitive examination of your data. No special training in statistics is needed for these insightful graphic displays. When you explore your data with Data Desk, you will find patterns and relationships. But you will also bring to light the elements that don't fit -- often the most important discovery you can make about your data.
Putting Exploratory Data Analysis to work for you means displaying your data in many related ways. It means computations fast enough to try out several alternative analyses in the time that you might have expected to spend on a single analysis. It means linking all these views of your data to get a deeper understanding of the patterns, relationships, and exceptions in your data. Click on the surrounding pictures to view descriptions and examples of some important Data Desk features.
What Makes Data Desk Different
- Data Desk is designed to work effectively with data sets all sizes - from a few hundred cases to a few million. The program optimizes computing-intensive operations resulting in speed not approached by other software running on larger, more expensive hardware. This means that Data Desk can be applied to an entire database, not just samples, and yet runs on desktop computers running Windows or Macintosh OS.
- Data Desk allows multiple tables (relations) to reside in the same data set. More importantly it provides seamless references between tables and for the tables themselves to change dynamically. This make it possible to start an analysis by looking at aggregated data, such as data on hospitals, then drill down to more detailed levels, examining data on physicians, and then to individual patient records. Relational database programs have these relational capabilities, but lack the statistics and graphics needed for analysis. Traditional statistics packages may provide analyses, but cannot combine information from multiple relations.
- Data Desk provides dynamic displays that are linked tightly together. Users can click on a point to identify it immediately and select a point or a set of points for drilldown exploration. Feedback and results are instantaneous so users are encouraged to explore the data more fully.
- Fast, intuitive navigational and drilldown tools are integrated intimately with sophisticated statistical modeling procedures. Databases provide fast querying tools. Statistics packages provide sophisticated statistical modeling tools. Only Data Desk provides both. Users receive the benefit of proven statistical techniques while being hidden from their complexity.
- Data Desk provides effective tools for developing data mining, visualization and exploration applications. Applications can be brought to market quickly and inexpensively. Customers can have a meaningful impact on the final product without seriously delaying the development process.
System Requirements for the Software Data Desk
|Operating System||Windows 7, 8, 10||Mac OS X 10.6 - 10.11|
|Min. RAM||2 GB||2 GB|
|Disk Space||15 - 20 MB||15 - 20 MB|