Unistat is a comprehensive stand-alone statistical analysis tool that can also work as Excel add-in. Many researchers prefer to use Excel to enter and handle their data, but are limited by its statistical and graphic shortcomings. Unistat 6.5 can help by offering a powerful statistical tool with little or no learning curve without ever having to leave Excel. The package offers power, ease-of-use and professional outputs. Unistat 6.5 runs on 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 7 / 8 and Windows XP. Unistat add-in runs on Excel 1997-2013, and 32-bit and 64-bit Excel 2010-2013.
Robert Roe investigates some of the European projects focusing on preparing today’s supercomputers and HPC programmers for exascale HPC
The Jülich Supercomputing Centre (JSC) at Forschungszentrum Jülich in Germany has been operating supercomputers of the highest performance class since 1987. Tim Gillett talks to Norbert Attig and Thomas Eickermann
Gemma Church investigates how simulation and modelling de-risks the detection and extraction of geothermal energy resources
Robert Roe investigates the importance of upgrading legacy laboratory informatics systems and the benefits this provides to scientists