Data Desk/XL(DDXL) is a downloadable statistics add-in that complements Excel's standard statistics capabilities. It can be used effectively for analyzing real-world data and as a supplement to an introductory statistics course.
•Multiple Group Displays
•Plot Tools and features:
•Frequency Tables and Contingency Tables
•Standard Tests and Confidence Intervals
•Full version $799
•For academic purpose $499
Small (<50 employees), Medium (50 to 1000 employees), Enterprise (>1001 employees)
•General Linear Model:
• Streamlined performance when using previous version datasets
• Better cross platform file support
• Enhanced export features
• Fast toolbar navigation
• 64-bit speed on Windows and Mac
Data Desk/XL (DDXL) is a downloadable statistics add-in that complements Excel's standard statistics capabilities. DDXL can be used effectively for analyzing real-world data and as a supplement to an introductory statistics course all results are two to three mouse clicks away.
Professionals just need to select the columns they want to analyze, choose the desired command from the DDXL menu in Add-Ins menu bar, assign the variables in the dialog box and click the OK button. All DDXL computations are based on algorithms that have been used and validated with real data for over 25 years.
Statistics 101 classes around the world have been using DDXL for decades because of that accuracy. Each statistical function includes a predefined template written by statistics experts that offers guidance for working with data and helps to interpret the result.
Data Desk is used in colleges and universities around the world for both teaching and research. Data Desk is easy to learn and easy to use - almost entirely point, click, and drag on a desktop. User can copy and paste data from spreadsheets and read the data files in *.txt or *.csv format. Any plot or statistics result can be copied and pasted into a word processor in a report.
Each Data Desk plot and analysis window has a drop-down menu that offers related displays and analyses. And - especially for students - the top command in each menu is a link to a background explanation of what is in that window, how to understand it, and how to use it .