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SalStat Statistics Package / News: Recent posts

New address: salstat.com

Just bought the domain names, salstat.com, salstat.net and salstat.org. The all point to the sourceforge website (salstat.sourceforge.net)

Posted by Alan James Salmoni 2004-06-05

Release of German language manual!

The subject says it all! A translation of the manual (kindly done by Jurgne Pohl) from English into German has been made, and is available for download from the files section.

Have fun!

Posted by Alan James Salmoni 2004-01-31

New release 20031022, source and binaries

Hiya: just to announce a new release of SalStat (version 20031022) in source code form (tar.gz & zip), and binary form for Windows and Linux. There have been a couple of bug fixes, and some minor feature additions.

SalStat is a Python powered end-user application for scientific statistical analysis, a bit like SPSS, StatView or SAS, but with a high degree of emphasis upon usability - most stats packages can be hard to use, but SalStat has been designed to be simple by comparison.... read more

Posted by Alan James Salmoni 2003-10-27

New Release of SalStat

New release of SalStat, with some bug fixes. The Windows installer bug should now be fixed, but feedback is welcomed.

Posted by Alan James Salmoni 2003-05-15

New release 20030227

New release of SalStat available from web page http://salstat.sunsite.dk
Includes chi square test, GUI improvements, plotting.

Posted by Alan James Salmoni 2003-02-27

New release

New release of SalStat has been made as of 5 November 2002. Many changes have been made including scripting support, a more streamlined interface Linux single file (no dependencies I think!), and a Windows self-extracting installer.

Posted by Alan James Salmoni 2002-11-06

Windows Installer!

New release of the SalStat statistics package with all dependencies - everything contained in one zip file.

Posted by Alan James Salmoni 2002-09-14

New release (20020912)

New release, fixes the awful bug left in from a previous testing session... Now has a font dialog for the data entry, and I am working on a Windows installer which includes all the dependencies. Have fun!

Posted by Alan James Salmoni 2002-09-12

New Release

New release ("storm") made adding Cochranes Q non parametric test and a bug in the between subjects anova has been fixed.

Enjoy!

Posted by Alan James Salmoni 2002-08-04

New Release

Minor enhancements - help pages are included and the hypertext help is working now.

Posted by Alan James Salmoni 2002-06-11

New release of SalStat 20020606

New release of SalStat available from the http://salstat.sunsite.dk/download.html. Added to this release are some improvements to the file save/load routines, some (limited) help documentation, and some new tests (Friedmans, 2 sample sign test and F-test for variance ratio's).

Posted by Alan James Salmoni 2002-06-06

New Release of SalStat (20020601)

New release of SalStat including some bugfixes and a few help pages.

Posted by Alan James Salmoni 2002-06-02

New release of SalStat

New release of SalStat (20020514) which fixes a couple of bugs with the anova and save data code, and adds nominal descriptive statistics.

Posted by Alan James Salmoni 2002-05-15

New release 20020505

New release of SalStat (20020505), has within subs single factor anova, 1 sample sign test, and loads csv datafiles. Other minor enhancements too. Download from http://salstat.sunsite.dk/download.html

Posted by Alan James Salmoni 2002-05-06

New Release 0.1.3

New release of SalStat today - it does single factor between subjects anova (tested against SPSS, StatView, Statistica & Minitab), has GUI improvements, and the output is even *nicer* (!) than before. Have fun!

Posted by Alan James Salmoni 2002-04-28

Release 0.1.2

Just annoucing the public release of SalStat 0.1.2 - the GUI works, saves and loads data, and there are a number of 2 sample tests working.

Posted by Alan James Salmoni 2002-04-21