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Program installation
Auto-update
Regional settings support
The MedCalc menu bar
The spreadsheet data window
How to enter data
How to enter dates
Missing values
Data checking
How to save data
Statistics
Variables
Filters
Graphs
Add graphical objects
Reference lines
F7 - Repeat key
Notes editor

Character
Increase font size
Decrease font size
Spreadsheet
Format graph
Graph legend
Reset graph titles and options

Sort rows
Exclude & Include
Fill column
Stack columns
Generate random sample
Create groups...▶
Rank cases
Percentile ranks
z-scores
Power transformation
Edit variables list
Edit filters list
Select variable for case identification
Enter key moves cell pointer
Options

Summary statistics
Outlier detection
Distribution plots▶
Correlation▶
Regression▶
T-tests▶
Rank sum tests▶
Variance ratio test (F-test)
Anova▶
Crosstabs▶
Survival analysis▶
Meta-analysis▶
Serial measurements
Reference interval
Method comparison & evaluation ▶
Agreement & responsiveness▶
ROC curve analysis▶
Create tables▶

Data comparison graphs
Multiple comparison graphs
Clustered multiple comparison graphs
Multiple variables graphs
Clustered multiple variables graphs
Multiple line graph
Control chart
Youden plot
Polar plot
Forest plot
Function plot

Test for one mean
Test for one proportion
Chi-square test
Fisher's exact test for a 2x2 table
McNemar test on paired proportions
Comparison of means (t-test)
Comparison of standard deviations (F-test)
Comparison of correlation coefficients
Comparison of two proportions
Comparison of areas under independent ROC curves
Confidence interval for a rate
Comparison of two rates
Relative risk
Odds ratio
Inter-rater agreement
Diagnostic test (2x2 table)
Likelihood ratios (2xk table)

Introduction
Single mean
Single proportion
Comparison of two means
Comparison of two proportions
Correlation coefficient
Area under ROC curve
Comparison of two ROC curves
Survival analysis (logrank test)

Introduction
Operators
Relative and absolute cell addresses
Mathematical functions
Trigonometric functions
Hyperbolic functions
Engineering functions
Gamma function and related functions
Statistical functions
Statistical functions on variables
Statistical test functions
Probability distribution functions
Date and time functions
Logical functions
String functions
Miscellaneous functions

Control keys
Functions overview
Notation and symbols
Statistical tables▶
Miscellaneous tables▶
Tips and tricks▶
References

Regression
Scatter diagram & regression line
Multiple regression
Logistic regression
Nonlinear regression

Signed rank sum test (one sample)
Mann-Whitney test (independent samples)
Wilcoxon test (paired samples)

One-way analysis of variance
Two-way analysis of variance
Analysis of covariance
Repeated measures analysis of variance
Kruskal-Wallis test
Friedman test

Chi-squared test
Fisher's exact test
McNemar test
Cochran's Q test
Relative risk & Odds ratio
Frequencies bar charts

Introduction
Continuous measure
Correlation
Proportion
Relative risk
Risk difference
Odds ratio
Area under ROC curve

Bland-Altman plot
Bland-Altman plot with multiple measurements per subject
Mountain plot
Deming regression
Passing-Bablok regression
Coefficient of variation from duplicate measurements

Intraclass correlation coefficient
Concordance correlation coefficient
Inter-rater agreement (kappa)
Cronbach's alpha
Responsiveness

ROC curve analysis in MedCalc
Interactive dot diagram
Plot versus criterion values
Predictive values
Interval likelihood ratios
Comparison of ROC curves