Statistical Software Free
• Dynamic, High-Interaction, Multi-View Graphics
• Visually intuitive and computationally intensive
• Interactive graphs
Small (<50 employees), Medium (50 to 1000 Enterprise (>1001 employees)
•WorkMaps that visually summarize your data analysis session
•SpreadPlots - a spreadsheet-like arrangement of linked
•GuideMaps that guide your analysis
•DataSheets for inputing and editing your data
•Visual GuideMap Authoring for teachers who wish to create guidemaps
viSta is the visual statistics system which features statistical visualizations that are very interactive and highly active. Vista constructs very high interaction, dynamic graphics that show you multiple views of your data simultaneously. The graphics are designed to augment your visual intuition so that you can better understand your data.
Vista also clarifies the meaning of data so that you are able to see and understand what your data have to say due to its visually intuitive and computationally intensive approach to statistical data analysis.
Vista has a structured graphical interface which include; SpreadPlots - a spreadsheet-like arrangement of linked, dynamic, interactive plots that show you what your data or analysis seems to say, GuideMaps that guide your analysis, DataSheets for inputting and editing your data, Visual GuideMap Authoring for teachers who wish to create guide maps, Reports present data statistics and analysis results in the classical way, Context-Sensitive Help and Web-based Help and Notes .
Vista also includes Scripts: Teachers can write ViSta scripts using the same techniques as for Applets, but keep them privately on their machines, Applets: Teachers can develop ViSta Web Applets for demonstrations, examples, test problems, etc. Students can download and run these on their own machines, data programs: Teachers and students can write data programs to manipulate their data and Plugins: Programmers can develop plugins to add entirely new data analysis and visualization capabilities.
In addition, viSta provides access to the underlying development languages such as c++, Xlisp, XlispStat and Vidal for writing applets, scripts, and data programs.