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AnalyzeEverything
AnalyzeEverything or whatever you want...
Are You working with some kind of data? Do You
have measured resistances in fluid streams, or counted the number of red shoes
in a crowd of people?
No matter, what it is, AnalyzeEverything provides a simple way to analyze Your
data. You do not need to know how analysis methods work. Simply put Your data
into the program, let it handle all the analysis stuff. There will be a
generated documentation...
The functions of AnalyzeEverything
AnalyzeEverything has four divisions to make it easy to
use.
The data input
 Create a data table manually, simply enter Your data the same way as in
a spread sheet
 Importing data via the clipboard, copy the data from a spread sheet program
(like 123 or Excel)
 Importing data from a plain text file, written from a
datacollectingprogram
Sharing data with a cooperating team
 Importing the data from a cooperating team (by simlpy clicking on a button)
 Exporting your data to a cooperating team (by simlpy clicking on a
button)
Filtering data
 Interpolate missing data
 Extract data, find minimum or maximum, calculate differences etc.
Analyze Your data
 Analyze a single data file automatically, finding all the important
correlations, means and deviations
 Linear, polynomial or exponential regressions
 Linear, polynomial or exponential multidimensional regressions
 Analyze two files against each other, finding even delayed correlations
 Chisquare tests
 STUDENT tTests
 ANOVA: Fisher, Turkey, Duncan, NewmanKeulstests
 Generate a complete documentation in HTML format with JPG graphs, for
direct use on a WebPage or later use with a word processor program (like Lotus
WordPro or WinWord)
Some example screen shots
Polynomial 2. degree:
Analysis of a fluid stream

Polynomial 3. degree:
Analysis of the north sea wave speed and height

(click on the image to see the originally generated documentation – output
only.)

(click on the image to see the originally generated documentation)

Exponential:
Analysis of gas pressure
("Druck"= pressure, "Temperatur"= temperature)

ChiSquare test:
Analysis of a school mark distribution
(lower education "mathematics", ("Note"=) mark 1 is 'good' – mark 6 is
'bad', ("Anzahl"=) number of pupil)

(click on the image to see the originally generated documentation)

(click on the image to see the originally generated documentation)

ANOVA test:
Analysis of material fatique behavior


(click on the image to see the originally generated documentation)


(a fantasy function surface graph, reduced in size)

(a fantasy function mesh graph, reduced in size)

Links to other analyzing programs
Mathlab
There is a very good (and expensive) mathematics program –
for really everything – on the market:
Mathlab
Online statistics tutorial
There is a very nice and good online tutorial available from
davidmlane.
Here you can find even links to other analysis programs.
Online statistics dictionary
There is a very nice and good online dictionary available from
StatSoft (The home of Statistica).
Download
If You find some errors, have problems downloading or
installing this program, please report!
Any wishes? Please report (even unregistered users).
Are You still interested? Ok, go to the download page.
last edited 20081007