When we introduced Total Access Statistics for Microsoft Access 2016 (version 16), we created versions 12.9 and 11.9 to include its new features into Total Access Statistics for Access 2007 and 2003.
Existing customers with a current priority support agreement receive free upgrades. Customers without a support contract can upgrade at a discounted price.
Version 12.9 and 11.9 include new files for the Access add-in. It also has new runtime library files:
In addition to generating a new table with percentile values or assign a percentile value to a field in your table, you can now specify calculations such as quartiles, quintiles, octiles, deciles, etc. rather than just percentile with the new "Fill with.." option:
Improved performance when analyzing large data sets.
The Cash Flow Analysis features are enhanced to better handle edge cases of irregular and limited transactions when calculating IRR, XIRR, and related functions.
Updated user manual and help file.
The current operating systems are supported and the installation program enhanced to install differently in the Windows 8 and 10 environment versus Windows 7 and earlier.
Total Access Statistics 2007 and 2003 have had many enhancements over the years. Here's a history of its previous major releases:
For more information, visit our entire History of Total Access Statistics Releases and Updates
A functional demo version is available for you to try Total Access Statistics on your data. Download a trial version
If you want to look at how it works without installing the program and review the calculations it generates, get the help file for more details of these and other Total Access Statistics features (included in the trial download).
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