|Developer(s)||Analyse-it Software, Ltd.|
|Stable release||3.75 / 2.30 (Win) / 2014|
Analyse-it is a statistical analysis add-in for Microsoft Excel. Analyse-it is the successor to Astute, developed in 1992 for Excel 4 and the first statistical analysis add-in for Microsoft Excel. Analyse-it provides a range of standard parametric and non-parametric procedures, including Descriptive statistics, ANOVA, Mann–Whitney, Wilcoxon, chi-square, correlation, linear regression, logistic regression, polynomial regression and advanced model fitting.
Analyse-it Method Evaluation provides all the above, plus procedures for method evaluation, validation and demonstration, including Bland-Altman bias plots, Linear regression, Weighted Linear regression, Deming regression, Weighted Deming regression and Passing Bablok for method comparison, CLSI Precision, CLSI Linearity, Reference intervals and Receiver operating characteristic analysis supporting Delong, Delong Clarke-Pearson comparisons.(see references below).
Analyse-it is compatible with Microsoft Excel 97, 2000, 2002 & 2003, 2007, 2010 and 2013 (both 32- and 64-bit versions).
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