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Total Access Statistics 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!
The latest version of Total Access Statistics introduces support for Microsoft Office Access 2010, and includes these enhancements:
The Total Access Statistics Preview is designed to provide you with an advance look at the product, as well as the opportunity to submit your requests and needs to the FMS development team before the product is finalized.
Keep in mind that the preview is pre-release software. Before downloading and installing the preview, please be aware of the following:
To install the preview version of Total Access Statistics, follow these steps.
Total Access Statistics conforms to the Windows uninstall standards. To uninstall, simply:
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