StatAid is a free open-source software provided as an R package allowing clinicians and researchers to perform statistical analysis through an intuitive graphical interface. It has been developed with the R software, using the Shiny package. Golem has been used for package compilation and deployment. The software guides the users through the steps of a good data analysis, including multiple features such as: Exploratory data analysis: distribution, count, missing-values and outliers check; Descriptive analysis, simple comparative analysis and publication ready ‘table 1’ output; Publication-ready graph customization; Paired data analysis (matched case-control studies, repeated measures); Univariate analysis and models for continuous and categorical outcome: Correlation, linear and logistic regression; Univariate analysis and models for time-dependent outcome: Kaplan-Meier curves and cox regression; Multivariate analysis and models for continuous, categorical and time-dependent outcomes.

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  1. Vincent Alcazer: StatAid: An R package with a graphical user interface for data analysis (2020) not zbMATH