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The site can also be read through screen readers such as:
- VoiceOver (Mac)
- Jaws (Windows)
- Window-Eyes (Windows)
- Emacspeak (Linux)
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All content images on this site are provided with descriptive ALT attributes. Where images contain important information, such as graphs and charts, alternative information is provided in the form of in-line descriptions of tabular data.