Access Statistics performs a wide range of data analysis right inside
Access. The product includes a Statistics Wizard to perform parametric,
group, non-parametric, record analysis and more. The results are placed
in Access tables that you can integrate into your forms and reports."
Alison Balter, Author
SHIPPING FOR MICROSOFT ACCESS 2016
- Supports 32 and 64 bit versions of Access 2016
- Runtime libraries support Access 2016 thru 2003
- Assign percentile values to records
- Column width adjustment for output tables
- Percent format for certain percentage fields
- New financial calculations for cash flow analysis
including PV, NPV, FV, IRR, MIRR, XIRR, XMIRR, etc.
- Improved user interface and performance
- Updated help file
New 14.1 Version for MS Access 2010, and X.8 Version for
Access 2007, 2003, 2002, and 2000
The Most Powerful Data Analysis Program for Microsoft Access
Microsoft Access queries offer basic data analysis. For more
advanced computations and real number crunching, programming is required, sometimes lots of
it, or you need to export your data to another program.
Fortunately, the Microsoft Access community has relied on Total Access Statistics for almost two decades for advanced number
crunching within Access. Designed specifically for Microsoft Access, Total Access Statistics runs as an add-in for Access and offers a wide
range of statistical functions to analyze your data. Your data can be in Access tables, linked from other sources such as SQL Server, or from a query.
Analyze multiple fields and an unlimited number of records at one time. You can even analyze data from multi-table select queries or crosstabs.
Best of all, the results are provided in tables which you can further analyze or add to your queries, forms, and reports. You'll
be amazed at the powerful statistical analysis you can generate within Microsoft Access without being a mathematician or statistician!
Designed Exclusively for Microsoft Access
Total Access Statistics is designed specifically for Microsoft Access and behaves the way you expect.
Tightly integrated into MS Access, it runs as an add-in directly from your database (ACCDB, MDB, or ADP formats):
The main Total Access Statistics form appears ready to analyze the data in your database:
Total Access Statistics Main Screen
No Programming Required; All Results in Access Tables
The interactive Statistics Wizard guides you through the process with no
programming required! All results are generated in the most flexible format: Access tables:
Example of the Output Table for Field Descriptives, Grouped by State and Results for Three Data Fields (Displaying a Subset of Output Fields)
Easily display the results in your forms and reports. Your analysis settings are automatically saved, so you can
modify them later or run them again when your data changes.
Wide Range of Statistical Functions
Easily specify the fields to analyze and optional grouping fields, weighting field, and value or values to ignore. Perform a
wide variety of powerful calculations:
- Count and Missing (null values)
- Minimum, Maximum, Range, Sum, Sum of Squares, Mean
- Variance, Coefficient of Variance, Standard Deviation, Standard Error
- Geometric Mean, Harmonic Mean, Root Mean Square
- Skewness, Kurtosis
- Mode, Mode Count
- t-Test versus Mean (test for null hypothesis)
- Confidence Intervals (t and Normal tests). 95% and
Financial Cash Flow Calculations
Use discounted cash flows and interest rates to generate Net Present Value (NPV), Present Value
(FV), Future Value (FV), Internal Rate of Return (IRR), Modified Internal Rate of Return (MIRR)
for periodic and irregular (date dependent) payments and receipts. Eliminate the need to use Microsoft Excel for these calculations.
Additional details on Financial Cash Flow Calculations in Microsoft Access
- Median, Quartiles, Quintiles, Deciles, Octiles, 5th percentile, Percentile, 0.5 Percentile.
- Results generated in a separate table or by updating a field in your existing table
- Additional details on Calculating Percentiles in Microsoft Access
Running Totals and Moving Averages
- Mean difference, Standard Deviation of difference
- Covariance, Correlation, R-Square
- Paired t-Test, Probability (1 or 2 tails)
- Count and/or Percent of Occurrences
- Count or Cumulative
- Number of intervals
- Interval width and Initial Value
- Two Sample t-Test
- One Way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)
- Two Way ANOVA
- One Sample Chi-Square
- One Sample Sign Test for Median, Mean, and Custom Value
- Kolmogorov-Smirnov Goodness of Fit Test (Uniform, Normal, Poisson)
- Paired Sign Test, Spearman's Rank Correlation
- Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test for Matched Pairs
- Wald-Wolfowitz Runs Test
- Mann-Whitney U Two Sample (non-matched) Test
- Kruskal-Wallis One Way Analysis of Variance
- Friedman's Two Way Analysis of Variance
- Evaluate probability of test values: Z, t, Chi-Square, and F
- Calculate inverse probability
of Statistical Analysis Calculations
Royalty-Free Runtime License Included
VBA Programmers will appreciate the ability to by-pass the interactive interface to generate the results within an Access application.
Amaze your users by performing advanced statistical analysis with a simple procedure call. Your users won't even know Total Access
Statistics is running in the background. A royalty-free runtime license is included to let you include Total Access Statistics
calculations within your applications for distribution to non-Total Access Statistics owners. Simply distribute our small library
(under 2.5 MB) with your database and you'll be generating advanced statistical analysis. Here's more information on
adding statistical analysis to Microsoft Access using VBA.
Total Access Statistics is simply the best data analysis program for Microsoft Access.
Free Trial Version Available
Download the free trial version to run Total Access Statistics against your own data to see how easy it
is to generate complex calculations in Access.
Pricing and Versions
Total Access Statistics runs as an Access add-in which is dependent on your version of Access. Each version can support all the database types
supported by that Access version. For instance, Total Access Statistics 2010 can run on all ACCDB and ADP databases, and MDB database formats since
Access 2000. Total Access Statistics 2016 is similar, except it doesn't support ADPs which were no longer supported since Access 2013.
For existing customers, new versions of Total Access Statistics are now available. Click below for a list of enhancements: