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If you are looking for Systat, you have come to the right place. We explain what Systat is and point you to the official download.

What is Systat?

SYSTAT started out as a graphic and statistical analysis software. It started out as a statistical analysis app which runs on a microprocessor, offering itself in the field of scientific research. Users will be able to produce simple researches and can improve their publications with SYSTAT’s array of vivid 3D and 2D graphics and charts, as well as its statistical functions. Those who are new to statistical analysis can use the software’s menu-driven interface to create 3D and 2D graphics for reports or presentations.

Users who are looking for advanced analysis may use SYSTAT’s statistical routines. They can build charts and plots that are immediately ready for publication. The software’s command interface and menu are combined together, and this gives their users the option of choosing which one works the best for them. SYSTAT Exact Tests will use Cytel’s “Exact Inference” function to run numerical tests on imbalanced or sparse samples, where assumptions may possibly end up with false results and this makes them much more difficult to model. These tests provide researchers with a different alternative to the usual p-value inference method.

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File types supported by Systat

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About file types supported by Systat

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Last updated: : August 21, 2014