Statistics Toolbar

This non-default toolbar is only available if you choose to view it from the Statistics option of the View - Toolbars menu or from the Toolbars tab of the Customize dialog. It provides access to all the analysis types in STATISTICA as well as to the STATISTICA Visual Basic editor. For information on customizing toolbars, see the Toolbar Overview. For more information on a specific button/analysis type, click on the link below.

Resume Button. Click the button to continue the most recently displayed analysis or graph. This option is particularly useful if you want to display the previous dialog after you have created a results spreadsheet or graph.

Macro Button. Click the button to display the STATISTICA Visual Basic code corresponding to all design specifications as well as output options that you have selected for the current analysis or graph. The New Macro dialog will first be displayed in which you can type the macro's name and description.

Commonly Used Modules Buttons. Click any of the buttons for commonly used modules to display the startup panel associated with that module. For example, click the button to display the Basic Statistics and Tables Startup Panel. The table below displays the buttons and their respective modules.

Multivariate Exploratory Techniques Buttons. Click any of the multivariate exploratory techniques buttons to display the startup panel associated with that module. For example, click the button to display the Cluster Analysis Startup Panel. The table below displays the buttons and their respective modules.

Advanced Linear/Nonlinear Models Buttons. Click any of the advanced linear/nonlinear models buttons to display the startup panel associated with that module. For example, click the button to display the General Linear Models (GLM) Startup Panel. The table below displays the buttons and their respective modules.

Industrial Statistics Buttons. Click any of the industrial statistics buttons to display the startup panel associated with that module. For example, click the button to display the Process Analysis Startup Panel. The table below displays the buttons and their respective modules.

Power Analysis Button. Click the button to display the Power Analysis and Interval Estimation Startup Panel.

Data Mining Buttons. Click any of the data mining buttons to display the startup panel associated with that module. For example, click the button to display the General Slicer/Dicer Explorer with Drill-Down Startup Panel. The table below displays the buttons and their respective modules.