With the debut of Total Access Statistics for Access 2016, version 14.1 was released for Total Access Statistics for Access 2010. This is an upgrade from its original release of version 14.0 in September 2010. Version 14.1 brings parity with the latest 2016 version and includes these features from 14.0:
Total Access Statistics includes 32 and 64-bit versions to support either installation of Office/Access 2010. It also includes a 64-bit ACCDE runtime library that supports all database formats supported by that Access version including ACCDBs, MDBs, and ADPs in Access 2010.
The Runtime libraries let you generate Total Access Statistics results programmatically using VBA from your application rather than the add-in. You can then distribute your Access database to other users with the Total Access Statistics functions, even if they don't own Total Access Statistics.
The VBA runtime libraries in version 14.1 support Access 2016 and 2013. The libraries are also backward compatible to support distribution to people using Access 2007 and 2003.
In addition to generating a new table with percentile values or assign a percentile value to a field in your table, you can now specify calculations such as quartiles, quintiles, octiles, deciles, etc. rather than just percentile with the new "Fill with.." option:
Improved performance when analyzing large data sets.
The Cash Flow Analysis features are enhanced to better handle edge cases of irregular and limited transactions when calculating IRR, XIRR, and related functions.
Updated user manual and help file.
The current operating systems are supported and the installation program enhanced to install differently in the Windows 8 and 10 environment versus Windows 7 and earlier.
If you are on an older version of Total Access Statistics, there were many releases over the years that added new features. Here's a list of past enhancements for your review:
For more information, visit our entire History of Total Access Statistics Releases and Updates
A functional demo version is available for you to try Total Access Statistics on your data. Download a trial version
If you want to look at how it works without installing the program and review the calculations it generates, get the help file for more details of these and other Total Access Statistics features (included in the trial download).
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 are not supported since Access 2013.
Total Access Statistics Pricing
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Also available as part of
Total Access Ultimate Suite
|Total Access Statistics includes a runtime library with royalty-free redistribution rights.
Use is subject to the terms of the License Agreement.
|Total Access Statistics is licensed on a per user basis.
Each user who runs the program must have a license.
Read the License Agreement for details.
Version 14.1 for
Microsoft Access 2010
Version X.9 for
Microsoft Access 2007 and 2003
Version X.8 for
Microsoft Access 2002, 2000, and 97
"Total 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