SalStat is a cross-platform package for the analysis of scientific statistics. It is meant to compliment packages like R or Macanova by providing an easy-to-use GUI, and has been designed for people who are not familiar or comfortable with statistics or computers.
The main author has taught statistics and computing to psychology undergraduates and is also aware of the shortcomings of even the most popular commercial packages for this market. SalStat is being written with usability foremost in mind
Currently in Beta status, SalStat is being written using Python and wxPython. The architecture is modular, and will enable users with the skills to write their own tests for incorporation, though SalStat will only feature a small subset of tests (up to analysis of variance).
Help is defintely wanted right now - I am looking mostly for skills with statistical analysis (especially multi-factorial analysis of variance), but Pythonista's are very welcome (particularly with wxPython skills).
This project has the following developers:
New HTML Parser: The long-awaited libxml2 based HTML parser code is live. It needs further work but already handles most markup better than the original parser.
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