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Dr. L.D. Stimley

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    In my role – Senior Staff Statistician – I would recommend Statistica. I have been using Statistica for about 8 years now.  It is the most powerful statistical software. We also have it on our network so all of our engineering and technical people have access to it. Statistica can be quite expensive (>$3000) if all the supplemental modules are added so I would suggest right sizing for your application. I use all the modules in my work but you probably will not.  There are two modules you will need to cover the applications addressed in this forum: Statistica Basic plus the Industrial Sysyem add-on.  The add on gives you Quality Control Charts, Process Analysis, and Design and Analysis of Experiments.  You may also want to take a look at the on-line Statistical manual that can be found at http://www.statsoft.com and ask for a demo disc before making your purchase.  Statsoft also provides in-house training if needed but the interactive portion of the software leads you through many of the procedures.
     
     

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