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Entries on this page are listed by developer home site rather than by individual statistical software package. Statistical packages are listed separately if they have their own www domain name.

- Aptech Systems. Developers of Gauss, a matrix and statistical programming language. Particularly strong in econometrics. Originally for PCs, now for PCs and Unix.
- Apteco. Developers of FastStats marking data analysis software.
- Assistat. An educational and psychological statistics software package.
- Automatic Forecasting Systems. Developers of Autobox software for time series and forecasting.
- Camo. Software for multivariate statistical analysis of large data sets.
- Cognos. Datamining, analysis and forecasting software for business.
- Conceptual Software. Developers of DBMS/COPY, a program for transferring data between a very wide range of statistical packages.
- CreoStat. Developers of StudySize software for power calculations and StudyResult software for standard tests. For Windows.
- CSIRO. The Australian government research and development organization.
Produces a number of software products which have been commercialised
including:
- GeneRave. Statistical analysis of microarray gene expression data.

- Cytel. Software for exact inference in contingency tables and logistic regression.
- Dataxiom Software. Producers of StatMost, statistical analysis and graphics software for Windows, and DataTrix, a scientific spreadsheet. StatMost represents a less expensive although still commercial alternative to Statistica. Based in Los Angeles, California.
- DataDesk. Producers of DataDesk and ActivStats for the Macintosh and Windows 95/NT. DataDesk has been one of the most popular of the Macintosh statistical programs.
- Design Computing. Developers of Gendex, an algorithmic toolkit for generating designs of experiments. Based in Melbourne, Australia.
- Develve.
- DTREG. Classification and regression trees. Phillip Sherrod, TN.
- Econometric Software. Developers of LIMDEP, an econometrics program for linear and nonlinear models, limited and qualitative dependent variable models, models for cross section, time series and panel data.
- ESB Consultancy. Developers of ESBStats - Statistics for Everyone, a windows based program including graphics, an interface to Office 97 and standard statistical methods up to multiple regression and time series. Based in Boulder, Western Australia.
- Estima. Developers of the econometric time series software RATS.
- EViews. Econometric analysis, forecasting and simulation. Quantitative Micro Software.
- Expert Health Data Programming (EHDP). Developers and distributors of Vitalnet software for analyzing large, complex data sets.
- EZ-R Stats. An inexpensive script-based statistical package for Windows designed for auditors and fraud investigators.
- Full Information Software. Developers of SORITEC, an econometrics and statistical package for DOS and Windows.
- GraphPad Software. Developers of Prism, InStat and StatMate software for scientific graphics, nonlinear regression, multiple regression and basic statistics.
- Insureware. Actuarial modelling for the property and casualty insurance industry. Based in Melbourne, Australia.
- Insightful. Developers of S-Plus.
- Institut Philippe-Pinel de Montreal, Statistics Consulting Group. Developers of ROCTOOLS for analysis of receiver operating characteristic curves.
- John Galt Solutions. Developers of ForecastX family of products for business forecasting.
- Bell Labs. Part of Bell Labs Innovations. Produces S and AMPL, which is a mathematical programming language. S has become the defacto standard computing environment for the statistical research community, or the closest that we have to such a thing. Although Lucent Technologies develop the S language, they do not market it; S is available commercially only though the S-Plus implementation by Insightful.
- Manugistics. Developers of Statgraphics for Windows.
- MathSoft. Producers of MathCad and Axum.
- mathStatica. Builds on Mathematica to solve the algebraic and symbolic problems of interest in mathematical statistics.
- MathTools. Developers of MatCom and Mideva software for compiling Matlab code and converting it to C++. This company has recently been acquired by MathWorks.
- MathWave. Developers fo EasyFit, a probability distribution fitting program for Windows. Designed to facilitate reliability data analysis.
- MathWorks. Producers of MATLAB. Site includes
archive of user contributed software.
- Genetic Algorithm Toolbox for use with MATLAB. Version 1.83 (Oct 1996). Not public domain. Hartmut Pohlheim, Andrew Chipperfield, Carlos Fonseca, Peter Fleming.

- MaxStat. Easy to use basic statistical package. For Windows only.
- Models'n'Data. Teaching package for the Mac. Doug Stirling, Massey University.
- Minitab. The world's most popular statistical software for teaching introductory statistics courses. Includes list of companion texts.
- Muthén & Muthén. Produce Mplus software for statistical analysis with latent variables.
- NCSS. Number Cruncher Statistical System.
- NeuralDL. Produce NuMap, for neural and conventional regression networks, and NuClass, for neural and conventional classification networks.
- NLREG. Linear and nonlinear regression analysis, surface and curve fitting. Phillip Sherrod, TN.
- Numerical Algorithms Group. Productors of the NAG subroutine library.
- O-Matrix. A less expensive alternative to MATLAB and Gauss for Windows. Add-ons for signal processing, Kalman filtering etc. Harmonic Software.
- OxMetrics. Produce Ox, an econometric object-oriented alternative to MATLAB and Gauss, free for academic use. Also PcGive, STAMP and G@RCH software for econometrics, time series modelling and forecasting.
- Palisade Corporation. Newfield, New York, based developer of risk analysis, decision analysis and optimization software.
- Partek. Producers of Partek Pro software for statistical analysis and visualization, with particular attention to analysis of gene expression, multivariate analysis and pattern recognition.
- PISCES Conservation. Produces a range of statistical software for Windows for analysing ecological data including Community Analysis Package, Species Diversity and Richness, Population Estimation by Removal Sampling and Simply Growth.
- Qlucore. Develop Glucore Gene Expression Explorer for statistical analysis of microarray and other highly multivariate data.
- Rogue Wave Software. Provider of C++ toolboxes of numerical linear algebra routines, including IMSL Numerical Libraries and BLAS for Intel and Unix processors.
- Salford Systems. Developers of CART software for regression trees and data mining.
- SAS Institute. Producers of SAS and JMP.
- JMP. Highly interactive statistical environment using dynamically linked graphics and data tables. Nearly full featured student version available from Duxbury Press. Very interesting to compare this with Minitab as a teaching package.

- Scientific Computing Associates.
- SmallWaters. Developers of AMOS software for structural equation modelling.
- SNAP Survey Software. Questionnaire design, data entry and analysis.
- SPSS. Statistical package for the social sciences. One of the big four statistical programs.
- StataCorp. Producers of Stata statistical software for Windows, Macintosh, Linux and Unix platforms. Australian distributors are Survey Design and Analysis Services, Melbourne.
- StatCrunch. An interactive statistical package written in Java which you can run using your Web browser.
- Stat-Ease. Produce specialized design-of-experiments software packages, Design-Expert and Design-Ease, for use with multilevel factorial screening designs, response surface methods and so on.
- Statistical Solutions. Based in Ireland, with another office in Boston, the company was formed as a result of a management buyout of the European operations of BMDP. Developer and exclusive distributor of Solas (for missing data analysis) and nQuery Advisor (for sample size and power analysis).
- Statistical Solutions. A software consultancy and development firm with offices in California and Michigan. Develops software solutions in database design and statistical analyses in the biomedical and financial areas.
- Statistics 1.0. Shareware software for Windows by Ashay Dharwadker.
- Statit. Producers of Statit open systems software for data analysis for industry professionals.
- StatPac. Produces StatPac Gold survey and analysis software.
- StatSoft. Producers of Statistica, which is a direct competitor to SPSS and SYSTAT, and which has received consistently excellent reviews from the computing press. The site includes the Electronic Statistics Textbook, which gives a brief introduction online to much of the statistical methodology which is supported in the Statistica program.
- Statlets. An web accessible statistical package written in Java. Free for small data sets, otherwise a monthly fee. NWP Associates.
- StatsDirect. A full-featured statistical program released in 1999 for Windows. CamCode.
- Stat/Transfer. Software for moving data between worksheets, databases and statistical packages. Free trial copy available. Circle Systems.
- StatView. Well known package originally developed for Mac environment, now owned by SAS and supporting both Windows and Mac. This package was discontinued as of Dec 2002 and users are encouraged to port to JMP produced by SAS.
- Systat Software. Develop SYSTAT, a popular package for Windows. One of the oldest packages developed specifically for an DOS/Windows environment.
- TexaSoft. Producers of KWIKSTAT and WINKS.
- TSP International. Maker of the econometrics package TSP.
- UNISTAT. Works as a stand-alone package or an an Excel add-in. Includes a wide range of statistical methodology including logistic regression, classification and clustering.
- VSN International. Distributors of GenStat and ASReml.
- Watcom. Producers of C and Fortran compilers, in particular the C compiler used in S-Plus. Includes prices.
- WinSPC. Statistical process control, for Windows PCs, by DataSet Quality Systems.
- Wizard. Interactive statistics and visualization package for the Mac.

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