LeoStatistic software for data presentation, statistical analysis, marketing and prediction. Free download: 
Statistics. Statistics is the most fundamental scientific discipline. Not philosophy but statistics is the very base of the scientific method. It's not intuitively obvious that there is literally direct connection of statistics and natural selection and developing of instinct responses for any living subject but it is indeed. The everyday life of the average person does not offer too many examples of statistical method, save for gambling. That is the result of a highly organized and multifaceted modern life that we live that contains an infinite amount of factors that all mesh together seamlessly. Initially behind any statement you can find reasoning that is backed up by statistical analysis. Sometimes this statistical analysis is wrong in sense of its interpretation as it was for example for ancient statement that force is the reason for movement with constant rate. Statistically this idea was very broadly supported by undeniable connection between necessity to push cart to make it moving. Millions observations summons into the wrong physical law but right statistical statement. Other observations like continuous speed of the ahead movement of stone thrown by hand are contradicted to the universality of necessity to push any object to keep it continuously moving. But it took a genius of Newton to summarize all known facts into three simple formulated laws. The role of the statistics is to supply researcher with initial compressing of numerous observations into relative short statement. Let's consider how statistics can be used to analyze data of radar measured
velocities of cars. What we at first should to do is to built a histogram of
distribution measured velocities. Then if the shape of histogram will happen to
be a bell like, average value of the rate and its standard deviation can be
calculated:
Analyzing data more in more details one can notice that depend on time of day there are some systematic variations of average rate of cars. At the morning at rush hours it could be less then in other periods. One can to try to fit this data with a curve on the chart with coordinates rate  time with the help of some periodic formula. Other and more reasonable approach could be creation additional parameter  frequency of measurements of different cars  value reflected intensity of traffic and try to fit curve between these two parameters that most possible can be done with much simple and not periodic formula. By doing such analysis we can significantly increase predictability rate of car at any given moment of day. By it is not only one our option to improve such analysis. We can have recorded besides rates of cars and time of the measurement also weather conditions, color of the car, their plate number and by this way associated with any given car full information about its technical specifications, we can also from picture of the driver's his or her race, age, gender and education data. So we can for one primary interesting us value  rate of the car collect associated with it data of many, dozens of arguments  other parameters of the event. Quite possible that same of them like color of the car will produce no statistically significant influence on the rate of car or will, who knows, other like intensity of precipitations  will and real strong affect. Statistics will help, with the matrix of correlations for example, to establish mutual influence of all parameters. We can also built some model as in form of single mathematical formula included itself all arguments or with some algorithm create a model that will produce a most possible value depend on numerical values of all measured parameters. Important to note that although there is no universal statistical method magically applicable to any set of data. LeoStatistic implement most useful statistical methods for data analysis and modeling. Here these methods will be shortly described in general terms leaving specific "how to do it" to other pages. Distribution of one variable. One can divide domain of the variable on smaller spots and calculate how many cases will fall into different smaller subintervals, so named bins. Then draw the rectangle based on width of the bin and with height equal number of the cases. Such picture named a histogram is represent a probability distribution for the variable to be found in any given interval. There are numerous theoretical representations of such distributions including two most popular Tprobability (Student) and Poisson these can be calculated and displayed on the screen along with its correlation coefficients the histogram. The value of correlation for the perfect fit is 1.0 and decrease with the mismatch between the theoretical curve and histogram. The conditional distribution of some variable can be built too. To do it just built a histogram only for the part of records these are matched other conditions for other parameters. This option is specially fruitful to reveal a detailed, even tiny influence of one variable on the other what is specially applicable for marketing to discover non functional dependencies.
Approximation. Let presume that experimental results could be described with the formula:
where y correspond to the value data series and x_{1}, x_{2} ... x_{n} of its arguments . If you know the exact mathematical expression for the f(x_{1}, x_{2} ...x_{n}), one could calculate with this formula theoretical values and compare these with experimental results.
For special situation when fitting equation has quasipolynomial structure:
The best known style of function (2) is polynomial equation:
In case when arguments x_{1}, x_{2} ... x_{n}_{ }are independent parameters we can talk about multivariate regression and LeoStatistic implement linear and parabolic presentation of the fitting formula.
where  w(x_{0p}...x_{np}, x_{0i}...x_{ni}) is a weight coefficient for incorporated ith point with coordinates x_{0i}...x_{ni} in calculation of the value for probe point with coordinates x_{0p}...x_{np}. A distance, d_{pi}, in ndimensional space between probe and ith points is calculated by formula:
where  summing is done by all n arguments. Scoring. For the task of optimizing a marketing campaign the common problem is to range all potential clients by expected response toward the direct advertisement call. As soon mailing costs money, to get more responses per advertising dollar has all the sense. Common approach for this is the constructing an algorithm that will calculate and assign a score for all clients that could for example be normalized from 0 to 100% representing probability to have positive response. LeoStatistic has tools to solve this problem like building a conditional distributions as well a directly creating a scoring algorithm. 
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