**Software**

You can cite the Real Statistics software in a publication as follows:

“The data analysis for this paper was generated using the Real Statistics Resource Pack software (Release 4.3). Copyright (2013 – 2015) Charles Zaiontz. www.real-statistics.com.”

The above citation uses the latest software release. If you used an earlier release, simply use that number. This number can be found using the =VER() function in the software.

**Website**

You can reference the Real Statistics website as follows:

Zaiontz C. (2015) Real Statistics Using Excel. www.real-statistics.com

Since the website changes all the time as I add new information, you should also add the date(s) when you accessed the website.

Excellent support to the researchers using data in their fields. Analysis is now simple and easy with the great tools and help files. My sincere thanks to the author Charles Zaiontz for a wonderful job.

Charles,

I wanted to thank you for an excellent site that I have found very helpful and which I have also directed my students to.

Thanks,

Joe

Thank you very much Joe.

Charles

Dear Sir,

You have been of immense help to me in my research in Applied Linguistics and I’d like to acknowledge it. Could you plz inform me your current official capacity so that I can do the same?

Regards,

Meera.

Meera,

You can see the various roles I have played in the past by going to the Author webpage. My current capacity is retired and responsible for the Real Statistics website and software.

Charles