EpiCalc 2000 is a statistical calculator that works with pre-tabulated data. Some of the functions available in EpiCalc will be of general use but they have been chosen to be of interest to persons working with data from a public health or epidemiological context.
Download EpiCalc 2000 (1.54MB)
The downloaded file will be called ec2v102.exe. When you run this file it will install Epicalc 2000 on your system.
EpiCalc is a 32-bit Microsoft Windows application and will run under Microsoft Windows '95, '98, and NT 3.51 or later.
EpiCalc is now in version 1.02. This version fixes most of the bugs reported by users of versions 1.00 and 1.01 and incorporates many suggestions. Thanks for the bug reports and suggestions.
E-mail me with bug reports / suggestions / &c. (remove NOSPAM from the e-mail address).
Users of Windows NT 4.xx with SP4 (or later) installed and users of Windows 2000, XP, VISTA, Windows 7 (32-bit), and Windows 8 (32-bit) may find that the program behaves oddly. This is due to Windows protecting itself from files being placed in the Windows directory by unsigned setup programs. You can fix this problem by deleting all copies of files named EpiCalc.ini, downloading a new version of EpiCalc.ini here, and then copying this file to your Windows directory.
Users of 64-bit versions of Windows (e.g. "Pro" versions of Windows 7 and 8) report that the program fails to install. This can be fixed with a manual install:
Download and decompress the program files (255KB)
Copy all files to a directory such as:C:\Program Files\EpiCalc2000
which you will have to create yourself.
Copy the EpiCalc.ini file to the \Windows directory.
The executable file is EpiCalc.exe.