Hi folks & Pythonistas!
I have just made a new source-code only release of SalStat - version 20030911 (codenamed "Texas!") which is available at the website http://salstat.sunsite.dk. The download is http://salstat.sunsite.dk/salstat.20030911.tar.gz (447k or thereabouts). Sorry, but binaries are not available as I'm up to my ears in Ph.D. work right now.
SalStat is a Python/wxPython application for statistical analysis, a bit like a low-powered SPSS, but is growing all the time (should grow faster when my Ph.D. is finished..!), and is available under the GPL. I have also merged in wxPyPlot to produce some basic charts which can be saved in bitmapped graphics format (bmp, png and jpeg if I'm not mistaken).
This version also features data transformations with buttons for common transforms (square, square root, reciprocal and log), but users can also enter whatever Python function they want. The transforms are non-destructive - any transformed data are automatically put into a new data column, leaving the existing data untouched.
Future plans: Finished the xml data format which will enable users to audit their entire analysis session; add the multi-factorial anova (plus post-hoc tests and simple effects); improve the charting / graphing; move the code base up to Python 2.3 and wxPython 2.4.x; release executables for Windows & Linux; Add post-hoc analysis procecures for the nonparametric tests like Kruskal Wallis and Friedmans; Save the world from certain destruction... And dominate it... Joking about the last two. ;)
All bug reports and suggestions for interface improvements are, as usual, more than welcome. Have fun!
Alan James Salmoni SalStat Statistics http://salstat.sunsite.dk