PRESS RELEASE

<em>STATISTICA</em> and <em>STATISTICA Data Miner</em>

The STATISTICA line of data analysis software includes not only general purpose statistical, graphical, and analytic data management procedures, but also comprehensive implementations of specialised methods for data analysis (e.g. data mining, business, social sciences, biomedical research or a wide range of engineering applications). All analytic tools offered in the STATISTICA line of software are available to you as part of a fully integrated package.

Some of the unique STATISTICA features include:

  • the comprehensive selection of data analysis procedures;
  • the unparalleled range, quality, and customisability of graphics;
  • the unmatched capacity and speed;
  • an efficient and user-friendly interface;
  • fully integrated industry-standard STATISTICA Visual Basic for automation.

STATISTICA is based on an extremely scalable and expandable architecture and high-end technologies. As a result, it offers unique functionality and usability that currently no other competing product can match.

New STATISTICA 8 is available now. Please visit http://www.statsoft.co.uk/ for information on new features in version 8.

Data Analysis:
STATISTICA Base
STATISTICA Advanced
STATISTICA QC
STATISTICA Automated Neural Networks (new)

Data Mining:
STATISTICA Data Miner
STATISTICA Text Miner
STATISTICA QC Miner

Enterprise Solutions:
STATISTICA Enterprise
STATISTICA Enterprise/QC
STATISTICA MultiStream

Web-based Solutions:
WebSTATISTICA Server

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