StatCrunch continuously provides updates to the software. Read what’s new here and be sure to follow StatCrunch on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus to stay up on the latest updates.
March 2016 updates
- Optional graphs and tabular output have been added to the hypothesis testing and confidence interval features under the following four menus: Stat > Z Stats, Stat > T Stats, Stat > Proportion Stats and Stat > Variance Stats.
- A new zooming toolhas been added under the graph editor menu found in most graphs. This tool overrides the default selection behavior and will zoom in the graph to a userdrawn rectangle.
- Titles across all of StatCrunch graphs have been upgraded to include, by default, any Where statement or Group by information relevant to the graph. In addition, graphs now have both an editable title and subtitle through the graph editor menu or by double-clicking the title region.
Read the full release notes for the June 2016 updates
November/December 2015 updates
- The new StatCrunch session-saving feature, which saves results and settings along with data, was released.
- Better resizing behavior was added so that StatCrunch output will never go offscreen when the browser window is resized.
Read the full release notes for the November/December 2015 updates
October 2015 updates
- You can now click the menu paths in the StatCrunch documentation to reveal the location of a procedure.
- You can now add user-specified polynomials and other functions to scatter plots.
- The Between tab for continuous distribution calculators now produces the middle region based on equal tail probabilities when only a probability is specified.
- Dialogs are now updated dynamically if columns are added, deleted, or renamed in the data table.
Read the full release notes for the October 2015 updates
September 2015 updates
- Maps of US locations now allow for a sizing variable to be used.
- Resampling applets have been significantly upgraded to greatly improve speed and graphics.
- The hypergeometric distribution has been added to the list of distributions available under the Data > Simulate menu.
- The Fair dice? applet has been added to the new Applets > Games menu. This applet challenges users to study dice from several companies to see which company produces fair dice.
- The Are you a psychic? applet has been added to the new Applets > Games menu. This applet challenges users to test their psychic abilities by predicting the outcomes of virtual coin tosses.
Read the full release notes for the September 2015 updates
August 2015 updates
- The bubble plot has been added to the StatCrunch Graph menu. As an extension of a scatter plot where points are sized by a third variable, the bubble plot allows users to visualize data in higher dimensions.
- A new paint feature has been added to most StatCrunch graphs. The paint tool allows users to annotate StatCrunch graphs.
- The StatCrunch two-way ANOVA procedure now offers Tukey HSD results for each factor.
Read the full release notes for the August 2015 updates
May/June 2015 updates
- Color scheme creation and editing has been further revised.
- A new “Let’s make a deal” applet has been added.
- The wording was improved and graphs were added for the randomization applets under the Applets > Resampling menu.
- Markers, dividers, and a zooming feature were added to the Sampling Distributions applet.
- Seeding was added to applets to be able to recreate randomized results.
- StatCrunchThis was updated to work on web pages and to allow users to load data sets that are spread across multiple web pages. StatCrunchThis must be reinstalled as a browser bookmark/favorite to get this update.
Read the full release notes for the May/June 2015 updates
April 2015 updates
- Markers and dividers have been added to simulation, resampling, and hypothesis testing applets.
- Suggested values have been added to the expression builder.
- Color scheme creation/editing has been significantly overhauled.
Read the full release notes for the April 2015 updates
March 2015 updates
- Markers and dividers are new tools for adding and extracting more information from StatCrunch graphs.
- New options for editing graph characteristics are now available.
- Data sorting and other data manipulation procedures now produces results in a new browser tab.
- StatCrunch now allows you to easily create a new data set from a subset of an existing data set.
- Multiple expressions can now be easily computed at one time.
- Data from the popular Google Drive cloud platform can now be loaded directly into StatCrunch.
Read the full release notes for the March 2015 updates