Dr. Attila Arany-Toth is a veterinarian working at the Veterinary University in Budapest, Hungary. He has found that STATISTICA has helped him with his research at work. He recently sat down with us to let us know how he benefits from STATISTICA.
• Tell us about your education and career.
I am a veterinarian working at the Veterinary University in Budapest, Hungary. I do clinical work such as surgery and diagnostic imaging. I also give lectures and practical trainings at the school for postgraduate courses as well as conducting research. I am currently working on obtaining my Ph.D.
• What challenges did you face that drove you to use STATISTICA?
I needed some sort of statistical software to evaluate my clinical experiments.
• How do you use STATISTICA?
Although I do not speak the language of statistics, I have to fight with it every day in my work when concluding my research. I use STATISTICA to analyze the data in my results and I use the output, such as graphs, in my publications.
• Why did you choose STATISTICA over another product?
My organization had a license of STATISTICA and I discovered that I was permitted to use it. I was impressed because although I am not experienced in this type of software, it took surprisingly little time for me to get familiar with its functions. I didn’t even need to ask for help.
• Did STATISTICA provide you with the analytic methods you were seeking?
Absolutely. From what I can see, STATISTICA has far more capabilities than what I am using.
• What are STATISTICA’s strengths?
The easy to use structure, the professional visualization of results and the very friendly user interface.
• Would you recommend STATISTICA to a colleague or a friend? Why?
I would definitely recommend STATISTICA. It is a solution not only for beginners in statistics (like me), but also for professionals who could gain much more from it.
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