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"I consider WINKS a treasure."
 Bill Lafitte, Pepperdine University  GSEP
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WINKS SDA BASIC Edition
Statistical Software for Data Analysis
"No programming required ... to perform any analysis in WINKS."
We'll help you get the
answers you need. Here's how...
Easily
enter your data
 Enter your data from
Excel, comma separated files, or directly into WINKS.
 Include variable labels and category labels (formats)  optional
 Supports missing values
 WINKS allows you to use raw or
summary data on many analyses.
Analyze
your data & get professional and understandable results
 WINKS provides many
statistical procedures to choose from (see below, and also see
Professional Edition)
 The optional WINKS "show hypothesis and writeup" option explains the
hypothesis tested and walks you through the decisionmaking process to help you understand the results
 WINKS 7 provides enhanced graphs
for most analyses
 A WINKS diagram in the
manual helps you select the correct procedures to analyze your data
Report
results  we'll help you with your writeup
 WINKS provides sample
writeups using APA format to help you describe your results
 Most analyses include a
graph that explains your conclusions
Overall
 WINKS can help you get the enswers you need
 We sat down with
students and researchers to design WINKS to fit your needs.
 As a
result, WINKS provides you with more handholding help than any other
statistical package  from data entry to interpretation of results.
 A
number of online
tutorials are available to help you analyze your data.
 We
provide you with a quick startup tutorial that will get you up and
running within 30 minutes.

Satisfaction guaranteed  30 day money back if WINKS is not what you
need.
WINKS SDA BASIC performs standard statistical calculations
such as:
 Descriptive statistics (means, standard deviations, median,
coefficient of variation, skewness, kurtosis, extremes  highest and lowest
values, etc.) plus graphs that include a Histogram, Cumulative Distribution, Cumulative Normal, and Normal Probability Plot
 Tests for normality (Lilliefors/KolmogorovSmirnov, Anderson Darling)
 Confidence intervals, percentiles, Tukey 5number summary
 Cp and Cpk analysis (for Quality Control processes)
 Descriptive statistics by group (up to 2 factors)
 Descriptive statistics from counts
 Custom (user selected) percentile calculations
 Calculate permutations and combinations, Counting outcomes, adding and multiplying probabilities
 Calculate common transformations with a few clicks, including
 zscore
 square root
 natural log
 log base 10
 add/subtract a constant
 raise to a power
 difference between 2 dates (month, year, week, etc)
 BoxCox transformation
 difference a time series
 lag
 autoregressive transform
 autocorrelations
 partial autocorrelations
 Calculate pvalues for Normal, t, ChiSquare and F statistics
 Write calculation steps that can be replayed (Kwikstat code file)
 Calculate indicator variables from categories
 Graph features: Histograms (single or by group), bar charts, stacked bar charts, pie charts, line
charts, time series plots, stem and leaf, scatterplot, fitted
regression line, matrix of scatterplots, etc.
 Create Excel charts directly from WINKS
 Pie and Bar charts from keyboard data
 ttests  single sample, independent group and paired ttest
 ttest from summary data
 OneWay Analysis of variance with multiple comparisons
(NewmanKeuls, Scheffe, Tukey) from raw or summarized data and Simultaneous confidence limits on differences for multiple comparisons
 Repeated Measures ANOVA with post hoc multiple comparisons
 Dunnett's test (from raw or summarized data)
 Frequency tables
 Goodness of fit analysis
 Crosstabulation (rxc) ChiSquare analysis  with multiple
comparisons of proportions for 2xc and rx2 tables
 Fisher's Exact test
 Correlation (Pearson and Spearman)
 Comparison of proportions
 Point biserial correlation
 Simple linear regression with optional prediction
 Multiple linear regression with optional prediction
 MannWhitney nonparametric test for two independent group
comparison
 KruskalWallis nonparametric test for three or more
independent group comparison, with post hoc nonparametric multiple comparisons
(Dunn's Test)
 Wilcoxon signed rank test and the Sign test for paired group
comparison
 Friedman's test for repeated measures with post hoc
nonparametric multiple
comparisons
 Cochran's Q test for comparison of dichotomous data
 McNemar's test for paired dichotomous data
 Survival analysis & Life Tables (Actuarial and Kaplan Meier  comparison by
group using MantelHaenszel for post hoc comparison of groups)
 Simulations  Central limit theorem, confidence intervals,
coin flip, and "MontyHall" 3 door probability simulation
 Report generator produces a data custom report
WINKS SDA works on Windows 7, 8, 10 (as well most other Windows verison.) Designed for researchers who need to get
statistical answers quickly. Plenty of examples are available to get
you started. Hundreds of hours of working with consultants and
researchers went in to creating the interface as well as creating
understandable examples and program output.Sample Output and Graphs:
 WINKS is an economical, reliable and simple to use statistical analysis tool for researchers
 It contains a wide range of statistical tests including many handy
features not found in programs such as SPSS or SAS  for example, easy analysis from
summary data (as well as from raw data), nonparametric multiple comparisons,
APA standard analysis writeup suggestions and more.

Friendly interface with easy Excellike data
handling & graphs (reads and writes Excel files.)
Data entry and manipulation:
 Spreadsheet data entry
 Cut, copy, paste data
 Easily opens data from Excel Files (as well as from CSV
and DBF files)
 Recode data
 Calculate new variables
 Filter variables for analysis
 Select a random sample
 Sort data
 Delete and insert rows and columns of data
 Program data limitations
WINKS SDA BASIC EDITION,
$99.00.
(For more features see the Professional
Edition)
.
