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(define-public pspp
    (name "pspp")
    (version "0.9.0")
      (method url-fetch)
      (uri (string-append ""))
    (build-system gnu-build-system)
     `(("cairo" ,cairo)
       ("fontconfig" ,fontconfig)
       ("gettext" ,gnu-gettext)
       ("gsl" ,gsl)
       ("libxml2" ,libxml2)
       ("ncurses" ,ncurses)
       ("pango" ,pango)
       ("postgresql",postgresql) ; for the libpq interface                                                                              
       ("readline" ,readline)
       ("gtk" ,gtk+)
       ("gtksourceview" ,gtksourceview)
       ("zlib" ,zlib)))
     `(("glib" ,glib "bin")             ;for glib-genmarshal                                                                            
       ("perl" ,perl)
       ("perl-text-diff" ,perl-text-diff)
       ("postgresql",postgresql) ; Need a postgres server to test the libpq interface                                                   
       ("texinfo" ,texinfo)
       ("pkg-config" ,pkg-config)))
    (home-page "")
    (synopsis "Statistical analysis")
     "GNU PSPP is a statistical analysis program.  It can perform                                                                       
descriptive statistics, T-tests, linear regression and non-parametric tests.                                                            
It features both a graphical interface as well as command-line input.  PSPP                                                             
is designed to interoperate with Gnumeric, LibreOffice and OpenOffice.  Data                                                            
can be imported from spreadsheets, text files and database sources and it can                                                           
be output in text, PostScript, PDF or HTML.")
    (license license:gpl3+)))

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