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Five free statistics software that you can use in Water Resource Research

Five free statistics software that you can use in Water Resource Research

Statistics is an essential part of water resource research. But presently all the popular statistical software is expensive and for a student or individual researcher, it is nearly impossible to procure such software. For example, the cost of the most popular statistical software is as given below :

  1. Statista($59 per month,billed annually)

  2. Sigma XL : $299.00 USD(Single Licence)

  1. IBM SPSS Statistics($99 per user per month)

  2. JMP : $1200

  3. Minitab : $1610.00 USD(Single User Annual Subscription)

There are many other paid software programs that offer various statistical analyses, such as Origin Pro and Stata, but their prices vary depending on location, number of users, and other factors. That is why they ask you to request a quote, and upon receipt of your request, they will provide you with a quotation based on your specific requirement.

An individual researcher, on the other hand, cannot afford such a high price. As a result, we must rely on grants or institutes to obtain this software. However, if you are willing to give up some of the functionality provided by the paid alternatives, the following list of five software can meet your analytical needs without cost.

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