Statistical Window Overview

The sta­tis­ti­cal win­dow is a spread­sheet style win­dow with the abil­i­ty to per­form com­plex cal­cu­la­tions based around instances in a time­line. A Statistics win­dow must be built from the ground up”

Mathematical and log­i­cal expres­sions can be built into scripts in each cell. The scripts are built into each cell indi­vid­u­al­ly. Each cell can hold text, show data, change back­ground col­or, or text col­or accord­ing to actions from the scripts.

The sta­tis­ti­cal win­dow scripts can be exe­cut­ed man­u­al­ly by press­ing the exe­cute but­ton in the win­dow or exe­cut­ed auto­mat­i­cal­ly upon a change in the time­line or the click of a but­ton in the code window.

The sta­tis­ti­cal win­dow can dri­ve out­put from a script to a but­ton in the code win­dow. Scripts can be writ­ten to change but­ton col­ors and push but­tons up or down accord­ing to cus­tomized calculations.

The sta­tis­ti­cal win­dow is extreme­ly flex­i­ble, rows and columns can be moved, added, and delet­ed to present the out­put in hun­dreds of ways and scripts may be copied and past­ed to oth­er cells and the for­mu­lae replicated.