What if you are doing your research within an organisation, institution or indeed country that simply cannot afford quality statistical analysis tools? VSNi recognises this problem and is doing something about it.
Stewart Andrews, VSNi CEO says, “The idea of a free GenStat version for scientists in developing countries had been discussed for a while and GenStat Discovery Edition 1 was released in 2002, thanks greatly to the efforts of Roger Stern at Reading University and colleagues, Parin Kurji and Ric Coe, at the University of Nairobi, and the World Agroforestry Centre, (ICRAF) in Kenya.”
“I have been waiting for years for my university to find the money to get me statistical software for my teaching. This free GenStat offer comes as blessing and an answer to my prayers. Thank you so much.”
Michael Francis, Papua New Guinea University of Technology
Discovery now has over 3000 users in 85 countries, including distributors in 20 African countries. Click on Discovery 3 for more information.
Read more quotes from the Discovery User Survey 2008 – and see how people value the software.