New features in XLSTAT 2012
XLSTAT 2012 solves all issues that have been reported to us, takes into account several suggestions, and brings the following features:
- XLSTAT-DOE, a new Design of Experiments module that should become a reference in the domain. We will be adding more features to that module in 2012.
- The XLSTAT-Pivot module has completely been rewritten. It is now entirely based on our technology.
- Ternary charts in XLSTAT-Pro
- Passing & Bablok regression in XLSTAT-Life
- TOST test
- Calculating the correlation matrices and the corresponding tests by group (or sub-sample)
- The ability to take into account the autocorrelation in the Mann-Kendall trend test
- Pairwise comparisons after the Cochran's Q test
- Bootstrap validation indices with Cox proportional hazards model.
- The Durbin and Page tests, two helpful extensions of the Friedman's test
- Computing Monte Carlo based p-values for the Friedman test
- Partial Least Squares Discriminant Analysis (PLS-DA) is now available in the XLSTAT-PLS module.
- XLSTAT-MX now includes a panel analysis tool so that you can very quickly evaluate the reliability of your panelists, and analyze if they can differentiate products or not.
- XLSTAT-Life has been enhanced with the single and weighted Deming regressions, a complement to the Passing Bablok regression.
- RRX analysis in XLSTAT-SPC has been improved to allow to handle simultaneously several dependent variables.
- XLSTAT-Pro has been complemented with a "Group-by" feature based on the range. We have also improved several procedures to be able to handle larger datasets.
The changes from version 2010 to 2011, and those added in 2011, can be found here.