Data Analysis and Statistical Software
Your research. Our software.
A perfect pairing.
Global solution for math and science
Edit, grade, calculate
Easily create math equations and chemistry formulas using a visual editor. Handwriting in mobile and tablets. Integrated into leading LMS and word processors.
Statistical Tools for Excel
XLSTAT is the leading data analysis and statistical solution for Microsoft Excel®.
The XLSTAT statistical analysis add-in offers a wide variety of functions to enhance the analytical capabilities of Excel, making it the ideal tool for your everyday data analysis and statistics requirements.
The XLSTAT statistical analysis software is compatible with all Excel versions from version 2003 to version 2016 (2011 and 2016 for Mac), and is compatible with Windows Vista to Windows 10 systems, as well as with PowerPC and Intel based Mac systems.
Because it is powerful, reliable, affordable, easy to install and to use, XLSTAT has grown to be one of the most commonly used statistical software packages on the market. Today, the XLSTAT community includes more than 100,000 users, businesses and universities, large and small, in over 200 countries across the world.
Bibliographies, References & Citations
Is research part of your future? Think bigger.
If your career will get a boost from the research you produce, you need a forward-looking reference manager – right from the start.
It's time to look beyond the basics.
More than just a reference manager.
EndNote moves you through the research process as you search, organize, write, publish and share.
- Access thousands of research databases
- Use 6,000+ citation styles
- Build a reference library in your field
- Write research papers and manuscripts
- Create course syllabi, write grant applications, maintain your CV
- Share or co-create research libraries with up to 14 people plus yourself
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