[Athen] Accessible statistics software
dandrews at visi.com
Sat Dec 10 12:16:42 PST 2016
For anyone who wants to join the BlindMath list, which has many very
knowledgeable users on it, you can join by going to
Jonathan also runs an accessibility list for R which you can join by going to:
At 01:52 PM 12/9/2016, you wrote:
>There is a blog that is tracking the accessibility of stats software
>by a blind stats professor, Jonathan Godfrey (from NZ). It can be
>accessed here: https://r-resources.massey.ac.nz/statsoftware/
>I'm not sure what PSPP is and it's not listed on the blog. So that
>might be a fun one to deal with...
>Jonathan is pretty active on the NFB Blindmath listserv.
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>Sent: Friday, December 9, 2016 9:47 AM
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>Subject: [Athen] Accessible statistics software
>Our university is considering moving to a freeware statistics
>program called PSPP in place of SPSS. Is anyone familiar with PSPP.
>Is it accessible with a screen reader? I confess that I've never
>personally used SPSS either, so can anyone comment on how accessible
>SPSS is with a screen reader? If you've used both PSPP and SPSS, can
>you compare the accessibility of both programs?
>Thanks for any and all help.
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