New from Palisade--NeuralTools sophisticated neural networks for spreadsheets.
NeuralTools works where you work--in Excel. Because NeuralTools uses the same interface as Excel, you can get up to speed quickly. With NeuralTools, you get the best of both worlds: Excel ease-of-use combined with robust, accurate predictions.
Advanced Neural Network Features
Two advanced features make NeuralTools stand out. First, NeuralTools's One-Step Train, Test, and Predict option will automatically train a neural network on your data, test the network, and make predictions in one step, saving you time and hassle. Second, NeuralTools's Live Prediction feature will automatically update predictions when input data changes, so you don't have to manually rerun your predictions when you get new data.
Extensive Beta Testing
More than 2,000 Palisade customers previewed the beta version of NeuralTools. Many used it to resolve immediate questions facing them in their work, and they sent unsolicited praise to the developers at Palisade.
"1 have been very happy with this new product," wrote Michael Cochrane, research engineer for the U.S. Army. "It is certainly easy to use and data preparation for training and testing is straightforward because of the Excel environment. I particularly like the Live Prediction feature."
Robust Results and Ease of Use
Healthcare industry consultant Barbara Tawney used NeuralTools in a four-year study of patient load throughout the Richmond, Virginia metropolitan hospital system. According to Ms Tawney, "NeuralTools was very easy to use. The results were very good. Summary: Ease of Use 10/10. Results 10/10. It is a must-have for Excel users."
Since 1984, Palisade Corporation has been the leader in quantitative analysis software tools. Download a free trial version of NeuralTools or watch the multimedia tutorial at www.palisade.com/neuraltools.
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|Date:||Dec 1, 2005|
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