Re: Statistics software accessibility

Russell Solowoniuk

Hi Tim,

The university I work at has been using SPSS for quite a few years now. They
are considering moving to PSPP. We don't have any blind students needing
this software at the moment, but we are trying to be proactive and make sure
that if the switch to PSPP is made, that it will be accessible for future
blind students. No, I personally have never used SPSS.

Thanks Tim.


-----Original Message-----

Op 9-12-2016 om 04:41 schreef Tim Ford:
Hello Russell,

SPSS is supposed to be somewhat accessible, at least IBM seems to be
claiming that, and IBM has a lot on SPSS accessibility, according to a
browser search using the terms IBM, accessibility, and SPSS. I take
it you have not been using SPSS?

Tim Ford

-----Original Message----- From: Russell Solowoniuk
Sent: Thursday, December 08, 2016 6:59 PM
Subject: Statistics software accessibility

Hi everyone,

Our university is considering moving to a freeware statistics program
called PSPP in place of SPSS.
Is anyone familiar with this freeware statistics program? Is it
accessible with a screen reader? I'm not even sure that SPSS is
accessible. Any comments on that?

Thanks for any and all help.

Russell Sent from my iPhone

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