NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – CambridgeSoft and StatSoft said this week that they have formed a collaboration that will integrate CambridgeSoft’s knowledge management software with StatSoft’s data-analysis and data-mining software.
 
The firms said their products are complementary and will combine CambridgeSoft’s Chem & Bio Office solution with StatSoft’s Statistica software, which provides integrated graphical and numerical data analysis capabilities.
 

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