[nabs-l] Accessible Statistical Analysis Software

Arielle Silverman arielle71 at gmail.com
Thu Oct 5 01:05:29 UTC 2017

Hi Laura,
For intro level, there is a great free, accessible Web calculator at
that does many common procedures including T-tests and probability
SPSS is partially accessible, but requires a paid license or screen
reader access on a public computer. R is another free option, but is
harder to learn than the site I mentioned above.
Microsoft Excel will also do a lot of basic stats, and is accessible.
Best, Arielle

On 10/4/17, Nunez, Laura via NABS-L <nabs-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Hello,
> My name is Laura and I am searching for any advice on making a college level
> intro stats class accessible to a totally blind student.
> -          Does anyone know of any accessible statistical analysis
> software?
> -          What techniques have you used to successfully complete a stats
> class?
> -          Are there any online resources that might help the professor
> better present materials to the student?
> Any tips are welcome.
> Thanks
> Laura
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