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Does anyone know how to download the data analysis toolpack add-in for Excel 2011 for Mac? I have looked around quite a bit and can't seem to find it anywhere...did Microsoft discontinue this completely?

P.s. I am familiar with the StatPlus software and have used it - that is not what I am looking for. I am looking for the native Data Analysis Toolpack for excel.

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Is it any updates for this subject? Really need Data Analysis for 2011 mac! Grrrrrrr… Microsoft –  user46781 Apr 5 '13 at 12:26
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@HenrikHenriksen This question might get stuck at Q: "Where is product X?" A: "It's gone" I'd love for you or anyone else to ask a separate linked question about what package for Excel does A, B, and C and explicitly list some data analysis items it needs to do. –  bmike Apr 5 '13 at 12:35

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Yes, it appears to have been discontinued. Sorry.

Refer to the discussion at What happened to the Data Analysis Toolpak or Solver in Excel for Mac 2011? – answers.microsoft.com. Quote:

The Data Analysis Toolpak was removed in Office for Mac 2008. [emphasis mine] However, the following is a free third-party tool [...]

[... goes on to mention the StatPlus software you already mentioned ...]

See also: I can't find the Analysis ToolPak – Microsoft Office Mac Troubleshooting. Quote:

Cause: Excel 2011 does not include the Analysis ToolPak.

Solution: Download StatPlus:mac LE for free from AnalystSoft, and then use StatPlus:mac LE with Excel 2011.

[... followed by loads of comments from disgruntled Office for Mac users ...]

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