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SYSTAT 13

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Systat Software proudly introduces SYSTAT 13, the latest advancement in desktop statistical computing.

SYSTAT is a versatile and comprehensive statistical software package. It employs a staggering range of powerful techniques to help conduct many types of research.

Novice statistical users can use SYSTAT’s menu-driven interface to conduct simple analyses and produce beautiful 2D and 3D graphics for presentations or reports.

Those in need of advanced analysis can use SYSTAT’s more sophisticated statistical routines, and create plots and charts that are instantly ready for publication. SYSTAT’s menu and command interfaces are interlinked, allowing users the option of whichever method works best for them.

SYSTAT 13 is quicker, sturdier and more robust than any of its predecessors. Newly improved data handling functionality allows the software to process larger data sets, at speeds faster than ever before...and SYSTAT 13 is fully compatible with the new Windows 7 operating system!

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