Academia

Statistical Software for Study Design to Study Results

For over 30 years, we have worked with academic researchers across many fields to produce publication-worthy sample size, data analysis, and graphics solutions.

Each tool is easy-to-use, well-documented, and carefully validated against published results.

Hundreds of articles are published each year using PASS to estimate the sample size or evaluate the study power, or using NCSS to analyze and visualize the study results.

  • Biostatistics
  • Grant Applications
  • Fish and Wildlife
  • Medicine
  • Psychology
  • Public Health
  • Scientific Research
  • Veterinary Research
  • Zoology

"We have used your product for almost 20 years. It has been a vital part of the research initiatives we have conducted over the years."

—Dr. George Ebra, Dr. Debra Guest, Researchers

Using PASS Sample Size Software in Academia

With sample size calculations for over 740 scenarios, using PASS 15 as an academic research tool is the perfect way to estimate the sample size or evaluating the power of your study.

Click here to see a sampling of recently-published articles that used PASS for sample size or power calculations

Using NCSS Data Analysis and Graphics Software in Academia

The NCSS 11 analysis and graphics solution provides hundreds of tools for analyzing and visualizing your data. You can view the Publications Citing NCSS page to get a feel for recent publications where NCSS was used. Or click here to see examples of the graphics capabilities of NCSS 11.

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Example Graphs from the NCSS solution


NCSS/PASS Cited in Recent Publications

International Urogynecology Journal
Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology
Atherosclerosis
Annals of Oncology
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
International Orthopaedics
Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine
Journal of Anesthesia
Journal of Cardiology
International Journal of Rheumatic Diseases
Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia
Journal of Advanced Nursing
Aquatic Botany
Journal of Infection
Journal of Dental Education
Health Economics Reivew
Schizophrenia Research
Environmental and Experimental Botany
Transfusion Medicine
Southeastern Surgical Congress
Pediatric Cardiology
Cardiovascular Therapeutics
Water Resources Research
Journal of Applied Entomology
Ophthalmology
Anesthesiology
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
Experimental & Clinical Cardiology
American Heart Journal
American Journal of Transplantation
Annals of Internal Medicine
American Journal of Surgery
Journal of Hepatology
American Heart Association
Journal of Cardiovascular Electrophysiology
Bone Marrow Transplantation
International Journal of Gynecology Obstetrics
The Journal of Urology
The American Journal of Medicine
Radiology

I have used several statistics tools, but NCSS is the best statistics tool. It is easy to use because the interface and menu are easy to be used. And NCSS is very useful to support an analysis [in] data research.

Evi Triandini, Researcher

I have been using NCSS in my high school class room for 22 years. I find it very easy to use and my students use it to calculate their results for their lab reports, science fair projects, and now they are using it for AP Research projects. It can be used for everything from the basics to the most advanced statistics. NCSS is very affordable for any high school budget.

David Buncher, High School Teacher, Miami, FL