We are receiving a lot of questions about relevant analyses in the Analyse-it Method Validation edition to help in evaluating new diagnostic tests in the fight against COVID-19. Below are some quick links that will help, but contact us if you have questions - we are working as normal.
Also see our latest blog post: Sensitivity/Specificity and The Importance of Predictive Values for a COVID-19 test
Last Friday we released the latest update to Analyse-it, version 2.12 -- a minor update, providing fixes to minor issues recently reported by customers. The update is available free.
If you're using version 2.11, and not experiencing any of the issues fixed (see the change history), then you can skip the the update if you wish. But if you're using an earlier version of Analyse-it, version 2.10 or earlier, we recommend you get the update.
If you’re unsure which version of Analyse-it you’re using, see our FAQ: How to find which version of Analyse-it you’re using.
Analyse-it automatically checks for updates every 15 days on start-up, and will tell you if an update is available to download. Firewalls can get in the way though, so if you haven’t got a notification yet, or want to download 2.12 right away, you can download at:
When you’ve downloaded the update simply install over your existing version of Analyse-it. There’s no need to uninstall the old version and you won’t need your product key to reactivate Analyse-it -- unless you’re upgrading from Analyse-it version 1.xx in which case you’ll need to request a product key to activate Analyse-it 2.12.
We know many of you work in regulated environments and need to re-validate changes made in each Analyse-it update. To see exactly what’s changed since the version you validated, so you can re-validate just the affected statistical tests, please see the change log at:
As we mentioned last time, we’ll announce all major and minor updates on this blog. If you’re not already a subscriber, subscribe to the blog by e-mail or via the RSS feed to be notified of new versions as soon as they’re released.
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