By Evan Miller
Wizard is a new Mac app that makes data analysis easier than ever. No programming, no typing — just click and explore. Wizard includes a full set of tools for doing professional research, yet its friendly interface makes statistics accessible to beginners.
(This is the Pro version; if you don't need the features marked PRO below, check out the standard version, also on the App Store. Note that PRO features are also available as In-App Purchases from the standard version.)
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"You can be looking at statistical analyses less than a minute after importing your data." —MacFormat Magazine (UK)
It's true: within minutes of importing your first data set into Wizard, you'll be generating graphics, uncovering correlations, producing p-values, building models, and sharing insights with colleagues. Most customers find that the program pays for itself in just a few days of use. Explore Wizard's delightful feature set, including...
Wizard will start graphing your data as soon as you click on it. It uses native Mac graphics to give you crisp visual summaries — box-plots, scatterplots, histograms, survival curves, and more — in a fraction of a second.
EASY STATISTICAL MODELING
Build sophisticated statistical models in seconds with Wizard's intuitive modeling interface. Regression estimates are instantly recomputed as you play around with the controls and experiment with new specifications.
Wizard supports drag-and-drop, multi-level Undo, and other interface conveniences that Mac users expect from their software. An interactive tutorial will help you get started.
Dozens of functions are available to help you get data into the form you want. Compute quantiles, perform day-of-week calculations, multiply columns together, and more.
Export colorful graphics as web-friendly PNG or print-quality PDF. If you're surrounded by PC users, export your models as interactive spreadsheets that can be used to run "What if?" scenarios in any version of Microsoft Excel.
LIST OF STATISTICAL TESTS
Wizard supports the most common statistical tests and models, including...
+ Shapiro-Wilk test of normality
+ 1-sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov (normality and uniformity)
+ Pearson's goodness-of-fit (equal proportions)
+ Pearson's goodness-of-fit (chi-square)
+ t-test (paired and unpaired)
+ ANOVA (1-way, 2-way, and repeated measures)
+ Correlation and R²
+ Median tests: Mann-Whitney and Kruskal-Wallis
+ NEW: Wilcoxon signed-rank and Friedman tests
+ Survival analysis: Log-rank test
+ 2-sample and N-sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov
+ Linear regression (OLS)
+ Weighted linear regression (WLS)
+ Poisson and geometric regression
+ Logistic regression (Logit) and Probit
+ Multinomial Logit and Ordered Probit
+ Negative Binomial (NegBin-2)
+ Cox Proportional Hazards
+ Fixed effects
+ Robust standard errors
+ Clustered standard errors
+ Joint significance tests (Wald tests)
+ Odds ratios
+ Residual analysis
+ Sensitivity/specificity analysis (ROC curves)
+ Censoring of survival data (Cox models)
+ Interactive prediction assistant
+ Copy models as R commands
+ PRO: Copy models as Stata, SPSS, or SAS commands
LIST OF FILE FORMATS AND DATABASES
Although you have the option to enter data manually, more likely you'll want to import data from one of the following sources:
• Excel (.xls/.xlsx)
• Numbers ('09 and later)
• R workspace files (.RData and .rds)
• DBF and MS-Access
• Plain text (Comma-, tab-, and custom-delimited values)
PRO File Formats
• SAS binary (.sas7bdat), transport (.xpt), and script (.sas) files
• SPSS binary (.sav), compressed (.zsav), portable (.por), and script (.sps) files
• Stata binary (.dta) and dictionary (.dct) files
What's New in Version 1.9.33
New in 1.9.33:
• PostgreSQL connector: New support for SSL connections
• XLSX exporter: Use less memory when exporting large tables
• Improved support for exporting date/time columns to an R workspace
• Improved support for importing SPSS portable files
• Fix several crashes associated with Indicator Variables
New in 1.9.32:
• RData exporter: Improved R compatibility when empty strings are present
• XLSX exporter: Improved support for very large files
• General stability improvements
New in 1.9.31:
• Pivot view: Support for up to 6 pivot columns
• JSON importer: Fix a crash
• SPSS binary importer: Improved support for multiple missing-string definitions
New in 1.9.30:
• Fix a bug when importing rich-text cells from Numbers files
New in 1.9.29:
• Kruskal-Wallis and Mann-Whitney tests did not exclude missing values in the categorical covariate column when computing ranks
• The Covariate table now displays the correct p-value for log-rank tests when comparing survival curves
• Fix a number of crashes
• SPSS importer / exporter: Improved support for long-string value labels and long-string missing values
New in 1.9.28:
• The Estimation Command window now supports frequency weights with R's GLM command
• XLS importer: Fix crashes with malformed input
• POR importer: Some large data values were imported incorrectly
New in 1.9.27:
• XLS importer: Improved support for some older files
• SPSS binary exporter: Improved compatibility with SPSS's internal column names
• SPSS command importer: Improved support for ADATE columns, text columns, and tab-delimited files
• SAS binary importer: Added support for 64-bit catalog files
• SAS command importer: Text columns were not recognized as such
New in 1.9.26:
• Pivot view: Fix a crash with Count Distinct
• Summary view: The histogram width label was sometimes incorrect
• Improved support for POR files created by SPSS 26
• Improved support for SAS command files containing in-line comments
New in 1.9.25:
• Fix a crash on macOS Mojave when dragging and dropping tables
• Stata importer: Decimal values sometimes did not appear with the %g format
New in Wizard 1.9:
From Santa's workshop comes Wizard Pro 1.9, an overflowing stocking of new features and functionality. If you thought that Wizard could already do everything when it comes to data transformation and analysis, YOU WERE WRONG. In the biggest release since last year's sleeper hit Wizard Pro 1.8, Wizard Pro 1.9 brings you...
* COLLAPSIBLE FILTERS -- Make the most of screen real estate with the new Pin button -- when activated, it keeps filters applied even when you close the Filters pane.
* DATES, DATES, DATES -- Import dates in your favorite format, format your dates with four exciting date templates, analyze dates with down-to-the-second precision, partition date/time data with greater flexibility, and create Timestamp columns using the number of seconds from a particular start date.
* FILE SIZE FORMATTING -- Does your data set include a file size measured in bytes? Now you can format it with easy-to-read units (KB, MB, GB, etc). There's even an option to switch between the decimal convention (1,000 bytes per kilobyte) and the binary convention (1,024 bytes per kilobyte).
* NEW PIVOT FUNCTIONS -- Standard Error of the Mean and 95% Confidence Interval, now available for your pivoting pleasure.
* ITUNES IMPORTER -- Automatically pull in your music collection and see all the new features in action with the new iTunes importer. Visualize your listening habits by time of day, tally up your music collection by artist and genre, and graph file sizes and track lengths just for kicks. To get started, use the new menu item File > Import iTunes Music Library...
These are just the big-ticket items -- in addition, Wizard Pro 1.9 boasts countless interface tweaks and bug fixes to make your statistical experience as smooth, seamless, and streamlined as possible. Enjoy it on OS X 10.10 (Yosemite) or later
- $199.99 ea. (1-19 units)$99.99 ea. (20+ units)
- Category: Business
- Updated: Jun 19, 2019
- Version: 1.9.33
- Size: 6.7 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Evan Miller
- © Evan Miller
Compatibility: OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processorDevice-Assignable