- List of statistical packages
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**statistical package**is a suite ofcomputer program s that are specialised for statistical analysis. It enables people to obtain the results of standard statistical procedures andstatistical significance tests, without requiring low-level numerical programming. Most statistical packages also provide facilities for data management.**Open source***

Bayesian Filtering Library

*DAP - A free replacement for SAS

*gretl - Gnu Regression, Econometrics and Time-series Library

*JMulTi

*OpenBUGS

*OpenEpi - A web-based, open source, operating-independent series of programs for use in epidemiology and statistics

*Ploticus - software for generating a variety of graphs from raw data

*PSPP

*R

*R Commander - GUI interface for R

*Shogun, anopen source Large Scale Machine Learning toolbox that provides several SVM (Support Vector Machine) implementations (like libSVM, SVMlight) under a common framework and interfaces to Octave, Matlab, Python, R

*SOCR

*Statistical Lab - R-based and focusing on educational purposes

*Weka is also a suite ofmachine learning software written at theUniversity of Waikato .

*WinBUGS

*Xlisp-stat **Public domain***

Epi Info

*CSPro

*X-12-ARIMA **Freeware***

WinIDAMS

*BV4.1

*Winpepi - package of statistical programs for epidemiologists

*GeoDA **Proprietary***

ADAPA - batch and real-time scoring of statistical models

*Analytica - visual modeling software

*Angoss

*ASReml - for restricted maximum likelihood analyses

*CalEst - general statistics and probability package with didactic tutorials

*CHARTrunner - for quality improvement charts

*EViews - for econometric analysis

*FAME - a system for managing time series statistics and time series databases

*GAUSS -programming language for statistics

*GenStat - general statistics package

*GenStat Discovery Edition - version of GenStat to be used for free in developing countries

*JMP - general statistics package

*MATLAB -programming language with statistical features

*Mathematica -programming language with statistical features

*MedCalc - for biomedical sciences

*Mentor - for market research

*Minitab - general statistics package

*MLwiN - multilevel models (free to UK academics)

*NCSS - general statistics package

*O-Matrix -programming language

*Partek - general statistics package with specific applications for genomic, HTS, and QSAR data

*Primer-E_Primer - environmental and ecological specific.

*Quantum - part of the SPSS MR product line, mostly for data validation and tabulation in Marketing and Opinion Research

*RATS - comprehensive econometric analysis package

*SAS - comprehensive statistical package

*SHAZAM - for econometric analysis

*SigmaStat - for group analysis

*SPSS - comprehensive statistics package

*Stata - comprehensive statistics package

*Statgraphics - general statistics package

*STATISTICA - comprehensive statistics package

*SOCR - online tools for teachingstatistics andprobability theory

*Systat - general statistics package

*S-PLUS - general statistics package

*Unistat - general statistics package that can also work as Excel add-in

*XLSTAT - general statistics package integrated into Excel

*XploRe **Add-ons***

Analyse-it - add-on toMicrosoft Excel for statistical analysis

*SPC XL - add-on toMicrosoft Excel for general statistics

*SUDAAN - add-on to SAS andSPSS forstatistical survey sMany of these are now also the titles of the software companies that produce them (and usually other software as well).**ee also***

Comparison of statistical packages

*List of computer algebra systems

*List of graphing software

*List of numerical analysis software **External links*** [

*http://www.stata.com/links/stat_software.html List of Statistical Software Providers*]

* [*http://www.galaxy.gmu.edu/papers/astr1.html A Guide to Statistical Software (circa 1996)*]

* [*http://www.macstats.org/ MacStats - Macintosh statistical software, annotated directory*]

* [*http://www.csdassn.org/software_reports.cfm Software Reports*] by theInternational Statistical Institute **Collections of free statistical software*** [

*http://www.hmdc.harvard.edu/micah_altman/socsci.shtml Free Statistical Software and Resources (for the Impoverished Social Scientist)*]

* [*http://statpages.org/javasta2.html John C. Pezzullo's list of free statistical software*]

* [*http://www.freestatistics.info/ Andrea Corsini's List of Free Statistical Software*]

* [*http://statistiksoftware.com/free_software.html Annotated List of Free Statistical Software*]

* [*http://gsociology.icaap.org/methods/soft.html Free statistical software*]

* [*http://www.statsci.org/free.html StatSci list of free software*]

* [*http://www.asc.org.uk/Register/index.htm Association for Survey Computing software index*]

* [*http://www.mbhs.edu/~steind00/statistics.html Exploratory Statistics Applets*]

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