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Where can I ask for tools useful for high school level statistics? Currently I am looking for something that can visualize standard deviation and compare two distributions with each other (with some "levers" so I can easily adjust their shape etc). Googlings just returns a lot of YouTube-clips.

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    $\begingroup$ Shiny is useful for that kind of thing. Anyway, it sounds like that would be on topic at the Software Recommendations S.E. site. $\endgroup$ Nov 13, 2021 at 9:25
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    $\begingroup$ Many, many people are producing Web apps for elementary statistical procedures. A few are producing apps to support conceptual learning. See artofstat.com/web-apps for a nice example of the latter. (It's not the only one--clever searching should be able to find many more hosted at institutions of higher learning to support their beginning stats students.) It's perfectly suited for high school stats. $\endgroup$
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If you are familiar with a programming language(Matlab, R, Mathematica, Python) or a mathematical software (Excel/SPSS/Maple), googling [what your want] + [programming language] makes searching results more precise.

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