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A brief introduction to the StatCrunch package showing how to load and analyze data with the software.

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Recent updates
March 2016 updates:
  • The Power/Sample size calculators have been redesigned in several respects and also separated into two menu items: Power/Sample size and Width/Sample size.
  • New distributional calculators have been added under the Stat > Calculators menu including discrete uniform, uniform, geometric, and lognormal distributions.
  • Detailed release notes for March 2016 updates
November/December 2015 updates: October 2015 updates
  • The menu paths in the StatCrunch documentation can now be clicked to reveal the location of a procedure.
  • User-specified polynomials and other functions can now be added to scatter plots.
  • The Between tab for continuous distribution calculators now produces the middle region based on equal tail probabilities when only a probability is specified.
  • Dialogs are now updated dynamically if columns are added, deleted, or renamed in the data table.
  • Detailed release notes for October 2015 updates
September 2015 updates
  • Maps of US locations now allow for a sizing variable to be used.
  • Resampling applets have been significantly upgraded to greatly improve speed and graphics.
  • The hypergeometric distribution has been added to the list of distributions available under the Data > Simulate menu.
  • The Fair dice? applet has been added to the new Applets > Games menu. This applet challenges users to study dice from several companies to see which company produces fair dice.
  • The Are you a psychic? applet has been added to the new Applets > Games menu. This applet challenges users to test their psychic abilities by predicting the outcomes of virtual coin tosses.
  • Detailed release notes for September 2015 updates
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