The latest version is 11.9 for Access 2003 and X.8 for Access 2002, 2000 and 97.
The information here is maintained so you know about the enhancements from the X.0 version.
With the release of Total Access Statistics for Microsoft Access 2003 (version 11), we added many new features. We also enhanced Total Access Statistics versions for:
Existing customers of version 10.0, 9.0, and 8.0 can upgrade for a discounted fee.
Three new analysis types are available:
When analyzing data, you may need to create a subset of records for further analysis or testing. The Random feature generates or flags a subset of your records based on the options you select such as every nth record, a specific number of records, a % of records, or a random % of records across your entire table or for each group.
The Ranking feature assigns a numeric rank to each record while handling for ties with options for how numbers after ties should be calculated (cumulative or consecutive).
Having normalized data is a fundamental part of relational databases. The Normalize feature allows you to quickly convert non-normalized data into a new table with data in multiple fields normalized into one label field and one data field.
New percentile options calculates Quintiles, Octiles, and every 5th percentile in addition to the original median, quartile, decile, and percentile values.
New options for calculating Quintiles, Octiles, every 5th percentile, every X.5 percentile, plus an option to update each record in your data source with its percentile value.
Here's additional information on Calculating Percentiles in Microsoft Access
A new option to show percentage results in fields rather than rows.
Version 14.1 for
Microsoft Access 2010
Version X.9 for
Microsoft Access 2007 and 2003
Version X.8 for
Microsoft Access 2002, 2000, and 97
"Total Access Statistics performs a wide range of data analysis right inside Access. The product includes a Statistics Wizard to perform parametric, group, non-parametric, record analysis and more. The results are placed in Access tables that you can integrate into your forms and reports."
Alison Balter, Author