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…you’d like to make better business decisions using predictive models
…you’re in charge of analyzing survey data but don’t know where to start
…you need to apply statistics in medicine, marketing, or
…you’re a researcher needing quick data summaries and
…you’re a teacher wanting
Wizard for MacDownload Free Trial
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Wizard Pro for MacDownload Free Pro Trial
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|Unlimited rows and columns‡||Unlimited rows and columns‡|
|Import CSV, Excel, and Numbers||Import CSV, Excel, and Numbers|
|Import supported databases§||Import supported databases§|
|Import workspaces from R||Import workspaces from R|
|Fully multi-core for instant results||Fully multi-core for instant results|
|Cannot import SAS, Stata, or SPSS||Import from SAS, Stata, and SPSS|
Trial versions never expire. They do not report p-values, and cannot save or export.
† Volume Purchase Program available only in select markets; see Volume Purchase Program for Business and Volume Purchase Program for Education (apple.com). Volume purchasing requires OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) outside the United States.
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Wizard is built around pictures: pictures of your data, and pictures of statistical values. The innovative graphics will help you understand data quickly and explain statistical concepts. Textbook-style illustrations — based on your data — help p-values and confidence intervals spring to life. To export, just control-click and choose a crisp PDF or a web-ready PNG.
Wizard’s multi-core engine reports results in the blink of an eye. Compare means with a t-test, or survival curves with a log-rank. Test for normality with a Shapiro-Wilk. It’s as easy as clicking and looking at the “Bottom Line,” which reports critical values and test statistics. If you don’t know the test you want, that’s okay, too — Wizard can figure it out based on your data.
Wizard isn’t just for quick summaries and correlations; it predicts outcomes based on one or more variables of your choosing. Medical researchers can predict key probabilities using logistic, negative binomial, and proportional hazards models. Marketers can predict consumer choices with a multinomial logit or ordered probit. Or start with a simple linear model and then tinker.
After creating a predictive model, use the sliders and pop-up buttons to define hypothetical scenarios and start making concrete predictions. All of your coefficients will appear together in a single equation. With one click, export your model as an interactive spreadsheet that anyone can open using Excel or LibreOffice. Predictive analytics has never been easier.
Wizard comes with a plethora of import options, including Excel, Access, Numbers, R workspaces, SQLite, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and plain old comma-separated values (CSV). The Pro version additionally works with SAS, SPSS, and Stata files — including command and dictionary files that describe plain-text data. You’ll be productive in minutes.
Dear Human Being,
Last year was the “Year of Statistics” — so what did you do about it?
Most likely cried yourself to sleep in a corner, or spent your days struggling with statistical software designed by evil elves to make your mind implode.
Today, the power of statistics seems to be reserved for experts with advanced degrees and employers with deep pockets. And that’s a shame, because data plus statistics equals knowledge, and as the saying goes, knowledge is power. That power should belong to everyone, not just a privileged few.
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