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krysa 0.6.0

KrySA - Statistical analysis for rats

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_Statistical analysis for rats._

A common translation of the word “krysa” is “a rat”, mostly considered a lower creature, but in fact a really cute and intelligent little rodent.

The idea behind KrySA is to make statistical software available even for the “rats” - people who can’t or don’t want to buy a commercial tool for statistics for whatever reason. KrySA is a free, open-source tool that anyone can afford!

KrySA is written in [Python 2.7](https://python.org) with a passive support for Python 3.4 and higher using [Kivy](https://kivy.org) framework together with [packages](http://krysa.readthedocs.io/en/latest/gettingstarted.html). To run it you have to have all of them installed.

You can find more about KrySA, source documentation and screenshots [here](http://badida.sk/krysa).

Licenses

For more info about KrySA’s license and licenses of used packages, please visit the [documentation](http://krysa.readthedocs.io/en/latest/license.html).

 
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