SOFA

Statistics Open For All

SOFA - Statistics Open For All
The user-friendly, open-source statistics,
analysis, and reporting package

Screenshots

Please note: the User Guide has many more images of SOFA Statistics in use.

Start Menu

Everything can be done from the same start screen.

Start screen

Making Attractive Charts

SOFA Statistics generates attractive, and dynamic, charts that you can share with others easily. The output is HTML and Javascript so it is web-friendly from the start.

Attractive Pie Charts

Selecting a Statistical Test

SOFA Statistics helps you choose the correct test but also makes it easy for you to work quickly if you already know which one you need.

Statistics test selection dialog

Project configuration

Projects are entirely optional but they make it easy to keep all your settings (labels, data sources etc) together. And you can easily switch from one project to another.

Projects

Data Editing

Data can be viewed or edited and new records can be added - irrespective of which database the data is stored in e.g. MySQL, SQLite, MS Access etc. Very large datasets can be displayed.

Data

Making a Table

All your tables can be made from the same dialog. You can easily change your mind or experiment until you get the exact table you want.

Simple Frequency Tables

Making Simple Frequency Tables

While interacting with the data you can see a demonstration table changing in sync with your changes. This makes it easier to design the table before running it.

Complex Nested Tables

Complex nested tables can be made easily. These use the labels you select and can be styled with simple style sheets. The output can be directly pasted into a spreadsheet.

Making Complex Nested Tables

Simple Display Tables

Making Simple Display Tables

Works on Multiple Systems

SOFA works cross-platform

SOFA will run on Windows (XP, Vista, and Windows 7), Apple Mac (OS X Leopard and Snow Leopard), and Ubuntu Linux (and Linux Mint).

Cross platform screenshots

Design Credits

The look and feel of the website was created by David Organ, winner of a design competition held at Natcoll Auckland.