NCSS contains a comprehensive collection of statistical procedures for analyzing your data. These procedures cover a wide range of topics, including analysis of variance, clustering, correlation, curve fitting, cross tabulation, descriptive statistics, design of experiments, forecasting, time series, mass appraisal, meta-analysis, mixed models, multivariate analysis, nonparametric tests, operations research (linear programming), proportions, quality control, regression, survival, reliability, comparisons of means, and much more.
Plots, Charts, and Graphs in NCSS
Graphics in NCSS
NCSS has a large collection of tools for plots, charts, and graphs. These graphics procedures offer extensive flexibility to get your graph to look just as you want it, while still maintaining ease-of-use and intuitiveness. Videosproviding details of individual aspects of graphing in NCSS are available for free at our website.
Watch a video of a sample analysis in NCSS
The home window of NCSS is a column-based spreadsheet where your data can be easily entered or imported from all major statistical or data file types. Straightforward filters, transformations, labels, and formats can be used to get your data exactly as you want it to be.
Then you can choose from over 190 analysis and graphics procedures to analyze and visualize your data.
From a procedure window, you can select the columns you wish to analyze, adjust any other parameters to your liking, and press Run.
Your results will appear in an Output window that is prepared for viewing, printing, copying-and-pasting, or saving. A navigation pane allows you to quickly jump to any part of the output. You can double-click on a graph to save it in any of several file formats.
If you like a particular setup on a procedure window, and would like to perform the same or a similar analysis later, you can save the procedure template to be opened or shared at any time.