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Type Private (Developed by StatSoft[1])
Industry Machine Learning Data Science
Founded 1991
Headquarters Tulsa, Oklahama
Key people Paul Lewicki
Number of employees 10k+
Related Certifications Certificate in Machine Learning Industry Overview

STATISTICA provides solutions for data analysis, data management, data visualization, and Data mining with predictive modeling, clustering, classification, and exploratory techniques in one software platform. STATISTICA is a propriety software from StatSoft, which was acquired by Dell[2]. STATISTICA Data Miner contains comprehensive selection of data mining methods such as selection of clustering techniques, neural networks architectures, classification/regression trees, multivariate modeling including MARSplines, Support Vector Machines, association and sequence analysis and many other predictive techniques, such as methods for advanced/true simulation and optimization of models. Data Miner can process, read, and write data from virtually all standard file formats, can directly access and process/score databases and it can import and export files from legacy products . STATISTICA Data Miner also provides the familiar workspace drag-and-drop interface to create custom workflows, allows interactive detailed drill down into specific intermediate and final results, and is fully programmable and customizable. Data Miner can be used as a desktop application or run in a powerful client-server architecture (for server-based parallel processing of multiple analyses, with load balancing to manage large numbers of users, and options for scheduled batch tasks/processing.
STATISTICA Decisioning Platform help organization make decisions more efficiently utilizing predictive analytics. Obstacles that impede business objectives often provide the best opportunities to develop more informed business decisions. By applying predictive analytics to determine patterns of historical data, a business enterprise can better refine and achieve its objectives for customer retention, customer acquisition, employee performance, decreased risk, and increased profitability.


  • Statistica originally derives from a set of software packages and add-ons that were initially developed during the Mid-1980's by StatSoft.
  • First DOS version of STATISTICA was released in 1991. In 1992, the Macintosh version of STATISTICA was released.
  • March 24, 2014, Dell Acquires StatSoft to Bolster Portfolio of Big Data Solutions.[3]
  • November 11, 2015, Dell's Statistica 13 updates the user interface of its advanced analytics software. Now the company is making the software free for US college students[4] and professors.[5][6]
  • December 16, 2015, Dell Statistica Receives 2015 Technology Innovation Award from Dresner Advisory Services.[7]
  • April 14, 2016., Dell rolled out version 13.1 of the company's Statistica data analytics platform, which will offer a range of new capabilities in such areas as expanded in-database analytics, improved fraud detection through network analytics.[8]

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