Data analysis and management can be carried out wit the help of a specific software solution, but the interpretation of the collected information requires a high degree of experience in the respective field. Mainly designed to accommodate the needs of those involved in agricultural projects, but also compatible with a wide variety of input types, CropStat is one such tool.
The plain interface is very simple and has just all the features neatly organized inside the corresponding menus. The diversity of formats it supports makes this program well suited for an impressive array of analysis. Starting with its native file type, the CropStat SYS documents, this utility can handle dBase and Paradox databases, ANOVA, Regression and other types of command files, as well as various kinds of analysis specific ones. Even logs and CMD command files are among the compatible formats, just like bitmap images (BMP) and Windows Metafiles (WMF) are also.
The list of supported analysis types is quite comprehensive because CropStat will help you view scatter plots, mixed model or regression analysis as well, each with their particular models and measurements. The application is fitted with a data editor and a similar tool for textual editing tasks, so it is possible not only to visualize data, but also perform all the needed modifications on the spot. Data files can be merged if necessary and you can carry out parallel to serial or serial to parallel conversions.
All things considered, CropStat seems to be one well equipped software that focuses on data analysis and supports an impressive range of input formats. The built-in editors add further value to the package and the many kinds of analysis it can complete make it a really smart choice.