NCSS 2022 Update

Use the button(s) below to download the NCSS 2022 installation file. If NCSS 2022 is not yet installed on your computer, this will install the full version. If you already have NCSS 2022 statistical analysis software installed, this will update your current installation to the newest version. Your personal files will not be affected.

NCSS 2022 Download (Recommended)

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File: NCSS2022Setup_v22_0_7.exe
Size: 173.73 MB
Current Version: 22.0.7
Released: February 2, 2024

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File: NCSS2022Setup_x64_v22_0_7.exe
Size: 174.65 MB

Update Release Notes

This page lists the changes that have been made to NCSS 2022 since it was released.

Version: 22.0.7

Released: February 2, 2024

1. Corrected an error in the Clustered Heat Maps (Double Dendrograms) procedure. The wrong clustering method was indicated on the Cluster Detail, Linkage, and Distance reports. The correct clustering method that was selected on the procedure input window was being used to generate the output, so the error did not affect actual calculations. Only the report label was incorrect.

Version: 22.0.6

Released: May 5, 2023

1. The System Options windows was too large for some laptop computers. The size of the System Options window has been reduced to match previous versions.

2. Corrected an “overflow” error that occurred in the Confidence Intervals report of the Appraisal Ratio Studies procedure when analyzing large datasets.

Version: 22.0.5

Released: January 20, 2023

1. Corrected an issue with plotting the grid lines at stage breaks in Quality Control Charts when running NCSS under a language setting that uses comma as the decimal. The stage break grid lines would not appear.

2. Corrected various input options in multiple procedures when running NCSS under a language setting that uses comma as the decimal. Periods used in text were incorrectly replaced with commas.

3. Fixed an error displaying value labels in the Data Table after inserting or deleting columns. The value labels now display correctly.

4. Removed a bound in the Passing-Bablok Regression for Method Comparison and Robust Linear Regression (Passing- Bablok Median-Slope) procedures that restricted the regression calculations when the number of pairs was greater than just over 3000.

5. Corrected an “Overflow” error that occurred in procedures that calculate Kendall’s Tau correlation with a very large number of observations (> 40,000).

6. Corrected the Parameter Estimates for All Groups report in the Curve Fitting - General procedure. The report now displays correctly with more than 3 parameters.

7. Corrected the estimation of Model #5, PolyRatio(2,2) in the Curve Fitting - General procedure. The procedure now estimates all parameters, including E.

8. Corrected an error with the calculation of Weighted COV in the Appraisal Ratio Studies procedure. Weighted COV is now calculated correctly.

9. Corrected an error in the Repeated Measures ANOVA and GLM ANOVA means output when values were equal to zero. In some rare cases, the software would report a very small mean (e.g., 1E-14) in place of zero because of computer rounding error.

10. The System Options windows was too large for some laptop computers. The size of the System Options window has been reduced to match previous versions.

Version: 22.0.4

Released: August 4, 2022

1. Corrected the formula for the SD of the Uniform Distribution in the documentation for the Data Simulation procedure. The procedure calculations were not affected.

2. Updated four example data files (Fisher, LogLin1, Resale, Tree) so that the Value Labels work correctly when the computer language setting is set to other language settings that use the comma as the decimal separator.

3. Corrected an error in the Correlation Matrix procedure. When “Show the eigenvalue percentage in the eigenvector labels” was checked, the Spearman Eigenvector Plot was displaying the Pearson eigenvalue percentages in the labels. Furthermore, when “Show the eigenvalue percentage in the eigenvector labels” was checked with only Spearman Eigenvector Plot(s) checked, an “Object variable or With block variable not set” error would result.

4. Corrected an error writing subheading in combined output tables. Some subheadings were appearing before the headings.

5. Added support for importing/exporting Statistica version 7+ data files.

6. Corrected an error in the Descriptive Statistics procedure. The Stem-Leaf plot would generate a “subscript out of range” error when plotting a variable with values that were all the same.

7. Corrected an issue with the Data Table that caused the data viewer to jump to the last row and column when performing some undo/redo actions.

8. Corrected an error in auto-labeling the storage columns when storing data from the One-Way Analysis of Variance procedure with more than one Y variable specified. The stated response variable was incorrect.

9. Corrected an error when exporting delimited text files with a blank delimiter without using double quotes. Double quotes were being added when not requested.

Version: 22.0.3

Released: February 15, 2022

1. Minor Technical Improvements.

Version: 22.0.2

Released: February 2, 2022

1. Corrected an issue that occurred when loading new procedures for the first time. The default settings were not being loaded correctly, resulting in blank inputs and checkboxes.

Version: 22.0.1

Released: January 28, 2022

1. Initial Release of NCSS 2022.

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