 
Benford's Law Excel 2007/2010 software

USA
and Canada version (scroll down for the rest of the world)
Price
($39), What's included, and order information
This program is only for
users in the USA & Canada. The programs
will not work in a country that does not use the decimal point (.)
because the decimal point is used in my VBA code. It will not work in
a country where Excel 2007 is in a language other than
English.


DATAS
2009 for Excel 2007/2010 (Benford's Law software
for Excel 2007/2010)
These
Benford's Law and number duplication programs
run using Microsoft Excel 2007 on Windows XP.
The data analyst pastes (as in Copy and Paste) the data in column B on the spreadsheet and then
clicks Run to execute the macros (programs).
There are three programs of which two run Benford's Law on your
data and the third is the number duplication program which is a
followon test to Benford's Law.
The three programs are easy to use with output in the form of
tables and graphs. The output can easily be
formatted according to your preference.
The programs can analyze up to 1,048,575 records. For
data sets with less than 100,000 records you should have your results in less than one minute.
One million records might take 2 minutes to process. 



DATAS
2009 for Excel 2007: Click here
to see the documentation for the Excel 2007 Benford's Law software (Word
2007 document).
This program was released on Friday, July 10, 2009.
It's worked just fine ever since.




Rest
of the world version
This program is for
users outside the USA & Canada. This is not a program that runs
using VBA code. It is a spreadsheet that automatically calculates
the data profile and the first, second, firsttwo, and lasttwo digits
of the data. The data profile and the digit graphs are
automatically recalculated based on your data. The spreadsheet
should work correctly in countries that use either the decimal point, or
the comma as the decimal point. You might need to do some tweaking
to get the formulas to do exactly what you need. However, this
will take five minutes as opposed to taking hours to do everything from
scratch.
Click
here
to see the documentation for the Excel 2007/2010 Benford's Law spreadsheet (Word
document). 

DATAS is the
abbreviation for Digital Analysis Tests and Statistics.

