Wizard Pro

Wizard Pro 1.9

Analyzes statistical data, particularly via multivariate analysis.
4.8  (62 votes)
1.9.44 (See all)

Wizard Pro is intended for performing multivariate statistical analyses. If there is one thing that makes it outstand from so many other similar apps, it is definitely its usability. Thus, it does not require entering data manually or writing any type of code. Luckily, there is an excellent manual as well as tutorial lesson for beginners.

The tool’s workflow is quite simple and its interface layout does a lot to help you not get lost. In this regard, it is possible to import data from different sources, including such popular formats as CSV, Numbers, R workspaces, SAS, Stata or SPSS. Likewise, you can create your own tables with an unlimited number of columns (variables) and rows. After that, filtering and organizing data is as easy as pie, most of the times it is just a matter of selecting headings and even dragging and dropping elements.

In terms of available tests, Wizard Pro is not as rich as other statistical tools. Regrettably, there are various unsupported plots and multivariate regression analyses. Likewise, it does not allow programming repeated functions. However, it compensates with a very friendly way to present results. In this respect, the resulting graphs are interactive and respond to contextual menus. What is more, the tool can suggest a given type of statistical test according to the data supplied.

Wizard is actually very powerful in terms of its capacity to process lots of data in practically no time. Besides, it compensates its lack of sophisticated tests with the possibility of conducting analyses aimed at predicting outcomes on the basis of existing variables.

To conclude, if you are a researcher or an analyst, Wizard can be your best option to make sense of your data. Good news is that its trial version will never expire, although it comes with some limitations as to saving or exporting results. Besides, since this Pro edition may be a little too expensive for your needs, it is a good idea to take a lot at its standard version as well.

Pedro Castro
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Review summary

Pros

  • Interactive graphics
  • Powerful and quick processing engine
  • Supports importing and exporting to a variety of formats and applications
  • Can predict outcomes based on available variables
  • No need to write code

Cons

  • Can generate only a few kinds of plots and support just some multivariate regression analyses
  • Cannot be programmed to repeat functions
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