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Introducing Vesta

Vesta is a powerful tool that visualizes and detects patterns in the health environment so you can target interventions, assess policy effectiveness, and control disease. Users have unlimited access to advanced features such as cartographic and statistical brushing, geographical joinpoint regression, missing values, and more.

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Analyze pressing environmental health concerns with real data

Learn more about how Vesta and our legacy software have contributed to research on environmental health in Flint, MI

Health-Environment Geostatistics

Why Users Choose Vesta

Easy Setup

All you need is an internet connection and Windows 10 or later versions to install Vesta and get started. 

User-Friendly Design

Vesta is designed to be accessible to non-expert users as well as professional geostatisticians.

Cost Effective

Users get access to all of Vesta’s innovative, top-of-the-line features in one annual subscription fee. No add-ons or additional fees, ever.

Admin Support

Our team is available for support throughout all stages of your project. Vesta is also equipped with extensive documentation and video tutorials to ensure that users succeed.

Share your research results and impact in many different forms

With Vesta, you can create shareable interactive maps, histograms, scatterplots, heatmaps, and more!

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Our Customers

“I’m using SpaceStat to analyze the spatial structure of estuarine seagrass beds in Atlantic Canada for purposes of conservation and management and I’ve been able to do the type of analysis that I was after. The variogram modeling capability and LISA functions have especially been very useful.”

Jeff Barrell, PhD Student
Dept. of Oceanography
Dalhousie University

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Michigan Department of Health and Human Services
Centers for Disease Control
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Royal Veterinary College University of London
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Columbia University of the City of New York
Harvard School of Public Health
The University of Georgia
University of Cambridge
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