Supports Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 (VB6)
"The application is great! It is relatively easy
to use and is great for developing programs in VB6 that require
statistical calculations."
Dan Biscoe
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Product Guide for Total VB Statistics for VB6
Total VB Statistics offers a wide range of statistical functions for
Visual Basic programmers using Microsoft Jet Engine databases. Any
Access/Jet table or linked table such as SQL Server, dBase, or Paradox table
can be analyzed. Multitable Select Queries can also be analyzed. An
unlimited number of records can be analyzed.
Developed specifically for Visual Basic programmers, Total VB Statistics
eliminates the need to export your data to other programs for statistical
analysis. You can perform a wide range of statistical functions with all
results in Microsoft Access tables. View, sort, query, or display the
results. You can also add it to reports just like any other table.
Total VB Statistics includes two parts. The first is an interactive
Statistics Scenario Designer. This standalone program lets you easily
specify the database, data, fields, and analysis to perform. The second part
is an ActiveX DLL component that performs the analysis. This file, under 1
Meg, is the only file you need to include with your VB applications to add
statistical analysis.
The Total VB Statistics Scenario Designer
Features
 Statistically analyze data from any Jet Database or linked table
 Analyze multitable Select queries
 Analyze an unlimited number of records
 All output in Jet tables
 No programming required to specify the analysis to perform
 Analysis settings are saved as "scenarios" which can be run again in the future
 Analyze multiple fields at one time
 Use data grouping fields to analyze groups of records (optional)
 Weight data based on a weighting field's value (optional)
 Ignore a numeric value or range of values (optional)
 Programmatic interface to add statistical analysis to your applications
 Includes a royaltyfree runtime license
 Scenarios are compatible with
Total Access Statistics.
Scenarios created in either program can be run by the other.
Calculations available in Total VB Statistics
 Count, Missing (blanks), Mean.
 Minimum, Maximum, Range, Sum, Sum of Squares.
 Variance, Coefficient of Variance, Std. Deviation, Std. Error.
 Geometric Mean, Harmonic Mean, Root Mean Square.
 Skewness, Kurtosis.
 Mode, Mode Count.
 tTest versus Mean (test for null hypothesis).
 Confidence Intervals (t and Normal tests). 95% and userspecified levels.
 Percentiles: median, quartiles, deciles, and percentiles.
 Frequency distribution with userspecified group width, initial value
and number of intervals. Display count, percent of total, sums and
cumulative values.
 Mean difference
 Standard Deviation of difference
 Covariance
 Correlation
 RSquare
 Paired tTest
 Probability (1 or 2 tails).
 Simple, Multiple and Polynomial (up to 9th order).
 With YIntercept or ZeroIntercept.
 Count, Missing, RSquare, Std. Error of Est., and ANOVA
 Coefficient analysis: P Std. Error, Beta, tValue and Probability.
 Residual calculation for each data point.
 10 types: Count, Sum, Average, Minimum, Maximum, Range, Variance,
Coefficient of Variance, Std. Deviation, Std. Error.
 Count crosstabs for Text and Date value fields.
 Row total and Column subtotals.
 Percent of Column, Row and Total.
 Sorted column fields with special handling for blank values.
 ChiSquare Analysis: ChiSquare, Probability, Cramer's V,
PhiCoefficient, Coefficient of Contingency.
 TwoSample tTests (pooled and separate variance tests).
 ANOVA (Analysis of Variance) with sum of squares, FValue and
probability.
 One sample ChiSquare
 One Sample Sign Test for Median and Mean
 Two Sample Sign Test for Equal Median.
 KolmogorovSmirnov Goodness of Fit Test
 Paired Sign Test, Spearman's Rho Correlation
 Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test for Matched Pairs
 WaldWolfowitz Runs Test
 MannWhitney U Two Sample Test
 KolmogorovSmirnov Two Sample Test.
 Correlations: Spearman's Rho and Kendall's Tau.
 KruskalWallis One Way Analysis of Variance.
 Friedman's Two Way Analysis of Variance.
 Evaluate probability of test values: Z, t, ChiSquare, and F.
Enter the test value and degrees of freedom to see the corresponding
probability.
 Calculate inverse probability. Enter a probability and calculate the
equivalent Z, t, ChiSquare, and F value.
 Eliminate interpolating values in reference tables.
Pricing and Licensing Information
Total VB Statistics is available on a per developer basis and
includes unlimited, royalty free distribution rights for that
developer. It supports Visual Basic 6.0.

