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The use of statistical software in academia and enterprises has been evolving over the last years. More often than not, students, professors, workers, and users, in general, have all had, at some point, exposure to statistical software. Sometimes, difficulties are felt when dealing with such type of software. Very few persons have theoretical knowledge to clearly understand software configurations or settings, and sometimes even the presented results. Very often, the users are required byarXiv:1908.07390v1 fatcat:gwmvinrclre57mffyzrdxj23tq