ADePT is a software platform for automated economic analysis, developed to automate and standardize the production of analytical reports. ADePT uses micro-level data from various types of surveys, such as Household Budget Surveys, Demographic and Health Surveys and Labor Force surveys to produce rich sets of tables and graphs for a particular area of economic research, dramatically reducing the time required for the production of analytical reports.
The latest version of ADePT contains the following analysis modules:
- ADePT installation instructions
- ADePT quick reference card
- ADePT User's Guide
Streamlined Analysis with ADePT is a series of books dedicated to documenting the best practices of economic analysis of various topics with ADePT software. The books cover the problematics, theoretical foundations and methodology, program settings, and results interpretation. The examples included in the books help illustrate common practical situations and aide in understanding the output and formulating policy recommendations.
ADePT allows translation of its interface and output into various languages. This feature is designed to simplify the usage and training of ADePT in developing countries. The first localized version of ADePT - ADePT Indonesia - was launched in December 2009 and since then we have been working on expanding the set of available languages.
ADePT Interface now supports the following languages:
- Bahasa Indonesia
- Arabic interfaces will be available in the near future.
Example data contains a number of data files and ADePT projects which can be used to explore the functionality of the software. They can be downloaded as a single archive.
ADePT core team of developers consists of:
- Michael Lokshin
- Sergiy Radyakin
- Zurab Sajaia
the ADePT modules incorporate the expertease and advice of other experts. See the expanded list of team members and contributors.