Looking for the "top-of-the-line" crosstabs package?

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StatPac is known through the research industry as the undisputed leader when it comes to preparing crosstabs and banner tables. No other survey software package comes close.

You can run crosstabs for a single variable or an entire survey with a single command. You'll have full control over the format of the tables and the labeling for the stubs and banners.

StatPac is one of the only packages that offers significance testing between percents and means in the table itself. It's the most efficient way to compare responses between different demographic groups.

Crosstabs reports are created as MS Word documents that you can present to your clients. There's no need to copy and paste or export. Just run the analyses and it's ready.

A picture is worth a 1,000 words. So here are a few sample crosstabs and banner tables... and the commands that created them. They haven't been "doctored" in any way; this is exactly the way they were created by StatPac.

Crosstabs Example 1

In this example, five crosstab tables are created (one for each question). There is only one banner variable (year), so the tables can be easily displayed in the portrait mode. No significance testing is used.

StatPac Command:

Banners Q1-Q5 By Total Year

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Crosstabs Example 2

In this example, one crosstab table is created. There are four banner variables (registered, gender, education, and employed) so we used the Orientation option to switch to the landscape mode (OR=L).

StatPac Commands:

Banners LikeMost By Total Registered Gender Education Employed
Options OR=L

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Crosstabs Example 3

In this example, one crosstab table is created. The stub variable is parametric, so a mean average can be printed by setting the Automatic Mean option to Yes (AM=Y). In addition, the orientation is set to landscape (OR=L) and significance testing is used to reveal any differences between the industries (ST=T). T-tests between percents and means are used and significant differences are shown in the table as upper and lower case letters.

StatPac Commands:

Banners Prediction By Total Industry
Options AM=Y OR=L ST=T

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Crosstabs Example 4

This example is like the previous example except there are numerous variables in the banner (across the top of the page). Since we really wanted the table to fit on one page, we used the Zoom Factor option to reduce the table to 70% of its normal size (ZF=70).

StatPac Commands:

Banners Recreation By Total Years Children Age Gender Lake Distance Area
Options AM=Y OR=L ST=T ZF=70

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Crosstabs Example 5

In this example we are displaying three parametric variables on the stub. The data for those variables does not have categories, so we'll only display descriptive statistics (means and standard deviations) and not counts and percents. The stub Type option is set to parametric (TY=P). Significance testing is used to identify significant differences between the areas.

StatPac Commands:

Banners Sales Wages Profit By Total Region
Options TY=P ST=T

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