STATISTICA Visual Basic and COM Examples
The STATISTICA object model can be called from a service or application using a COM-compliant programming language. Download examples in VB.NET, C++ and C# that demonstrate how external applications can communicate with STATISTICA.
The object model can also be called within the STATISTICA application via the STATISTICA Visual Basic (SVB) language. It can be used to write custom extensions within STATISTICA and integrate systems. It provides access to the .NET Framework objects and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) objects.
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Read example SVB code for STATISTICA document objects: spreadsheets, graphs, reports, workbooks. Learn how to query data from a database, access Visual Basic functions within Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word.
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