Well it does not appear that DXKeeper has any log analysis features. It does have a contest mode but that's all. Maybe you are calling DXCC tracking "log analysis"?
Noel - WS7X
No DXKeeper is not a turn key log analysis software. I never said it was. What I said was it will do any analysis task I put it up to.
For example, if I want to know how many DX confirmations by card for 160M from 2011, simply build a query and select it to filter by. I get a report showing the logbook entries for that filter including a summary of how many worked, how many confirmed, etc.
Personally I do not really need a bunch of pre-canned queries to do analysis on my logbook. I want the ability to build my own queries and filter to suit whatever I need to do. And that is exactly what Dave has provided and personally, I find it excellent.
As to the SH5 and other software listed, I do not have any info on those. They may do a turn key one keystroke analysis of ta log but in my opinion, if someone is looking for a utility that will give them all the skinny on their logbook contents with a single keystroke, to best of my knowledge, such an animal doesn't exist in today's market. In order to give ALL possible data analysis points to the user automatically, that piece of software would most likely be very involved to develop and worse to upkeep with any rule changes such as the PJ updates and addition/deletion of countries. Closest thing I can attest to that will do that sort of analysis is the CLUBLOG website.
For me, I'll stick with DX Log and DXKeeper. It answers everything I have ever looked for in a logbook and operating enviroment.