**Minitab** is a statistics computer program developed Barbara F. Ryan, Thomas A. Ryan, Jr., and Brian L. Joiner at Pennsylvania State University in 1972. Minitab was developed as a light version of that time most famous statistical analysis program OMNITAB made by NIST.

Presently Minitab is distributed by Minitab Inc., a private company based in State College, Pennsylvania with three subsidiaries in Coventry, England, (Minitab Ltd.), Paris, France (Minitab SARL) and Sydney, Australia (Minitab Pty.). Today, it is frequently used with Six Sigma, CMMI and other statistics based process and methods. Since its first version, Minitab Inc. has released its 16 different version in order to make it more perfect, efficient and useful for the users.

Minitab comes with the inbuilt utilities to apply of various tests, distribution and user friendly graphical presentation tools such as Matrix functions, Spreadsheet-like worksheets, Query databases with ODBC, Data manipulation: merge, subset, sort, transpose, code, etc., Matrix functions, Correlation and covariance, Descriptive statistics, Goodness-of-fit test for Poisson, Normality test, One and two proportions tests, variances tests, One- and two-sample Poisson rate tests, t-tests, paired t-test, One-sample Z test, Interactively edit attributes (axes, labels, etc.), Probability and probability distribution plots, Binary, ordinal and nominal logistic regression, Easily create indicator variables, Linear, Nonlinear and Orthogonal regression, ANOVA, GLM, MANOVA, Response prediction, Individual distribution identification, Johnson transformation, Multi-Vari chart, Multivariate control charts: T-squared, generalized variance, MEWMA, Analysis of multiple failure modes and repairable systems, Threshold parameter distributions, Auto-, partial auto-, and cross correlation functions, Chi-square, Fisherâ€™s exact, and other tests, Tally and cross tabulation, etc.

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