StatisPro is a method evaluation software package for the verification and validation of performance characteristics of laboratory test methods. Using version 2.5, you can produce reports on analytical and diagnostic accuracy, comparability, precision, linearity, limits of detection and quantitation, and reference intervals based on the most up-to-date Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI) standards.
StatisPro runs on Microsoft® Windows XP®, Windows Vista®, Windows 7®, Windows 8®,
Windows Server® 2003 or 2008. It requires 2.5 GHz or faster processor; 1 GB or more RAM;
40 MB or more free disk space.
Large hospital laboratories, small hospital laboratories, physician office laboratories, reference laboratories, and customer support departments of in vitro diagnostic manufacturers.
There are two versions of StatisPro—a workstation version and a concurrent user local area network (LAN) version. The software license is per active computer, not per a named user, so if multiple people share a workstation, each person will be able to run StatisPro. There is no limit to the number of workstations the concurrent user LAN version can be installed on after its first installation on a Microsoft® Windows Server. Nonetheless, the software ensures that the number of active users of StatisPro does not exceed the number of user licenses that were purchased.
StatisPro will connect with the StatisPro license server on the Internet each time it is
launched to check for available fix packs. If any are located, it will notify the user and ask for
permission to download and install the service pack.
StatisPro is sold on a subscription basis. The cost for an annual subscription to StatisPro is $895 for one workstation and $645 for each additional workstation subscription. The cost of a one-year subscription for the concurrent user LAN version of StatisPro is $1,295. Each additional concurrent user costs $695. For more than 10 users, contact CLSI for pricing.
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