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Posted - 12/27/2001 :  11:02:12  Show Profile  Visit AskSQLTeam's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Erica submitted "FMS announced the release of Total SQL Statistics, the first component solution offering a wide range of statistical functions.

Total SQL Statistics is designed for Visual Basic and Visual Studio.Net developers using Microsoft SQL Server. The product enables developers to perform a broad range of statistical analysis directly on data stored in SQL Server. Developers can easily integrate into their applications advanced numeric routines such as percentiles, frequency distributions, t-Tests, confidence intervals, regressions, correlations, one and two-way ANOVA, Chi-Square, non-parametric analysis, probability functions, and much more. Any data from SQL Server tables, views, and stored procedures can be dynamically analyzed with all results in SQL Server tables. An unlimited number of records can be analyzed at one time. A powerful, interactive Statistics Wizard makes it easy to create and fine-tune the statistical analysis desired. Once completed, the code to add to a VB or .NET project is automatically generated. A royalty-free, runtime distribution license is included.

“With the growth of data stored in SQL Server databases, the need to analyze that data is more important than ever,” said Luke Chung, president and founder of FMS, Inc. "Providing commercial statistical analysis programs for over a decade, we understand the data analysis needs of end-users and the needs of database developers. Total SQL Statistics combines these requirements into a powerful package that enables SQL Server developers to take their applications to the next level of data analysis."

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