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I want to know if there is a site where you can calculate the stats of a single Pokemon.Iknow there is Smogon,but I want a simpler one calculating only one Pokemon stats.
Are there any sites for this?
Thanks!
P.S I seem to have been unclear so sorry about that
I want a calculator which shows the total speed,attack etc after I have entered the ivs,evs,natures,items,etc

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Exactly
I need a site that calculates everything
I am bad at math and I don't have time calculate all that stuff xd
The Smogon calculator has item slot, but it only shows the speed increase iirc.
https://calc.pokemonshowdown.com/index.html
Does Showdown's teambuilder or damage calculator do what you want?
Fizz they want a calculator which calculate stuff after putting EVs, etc. which Smogon's calculator and Serebii's does, but they also want it to have a item slot which most calculators don't put in stat calculation.
PS! and smogon's calculator doesn't have characteristics and some stat raising things,  which Serebii's provides.

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Serebii
It has IV stat calculator for SwSh, SM and XY. Here are the links:
For SwSh
For SM
For XY

EDIT

I think he meant something like this:
Jolly+252 spe EVs on Zacian=What speed
commented 9 minutes ago by ★~ProfDelldell~★

It does that thing. Look at this image.
https://imgur.com/a/o9v8S9j
How to obtain results
Step 1: Type the desired Pokemon's species name in "Pokemon Species'
[Optional]: There's a forme option, which you need to fill if the species has different formes.
Step 2: Enter the characteristic, nature, etc. Then, fill the Level, EVs, and IVs.
Step 3: Under the "CALCULATED STATS - MIN / MAX", there's the calculate stats option. Click it, and then under calculated stats - min/max the results should appear.

Hope this helps!

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Look at this image. https://imgur.com/a/o9v8S9j
I think i made a big confusion
I edited a bit of the questio
This calculator has no place to enter the item.
I don't think Items are much important. You can simply use a simple calculator to multiply that 1.5x or 0.5x, etc. from Choice items, etc. And @sumwun they didn't told to include items before I posted my answer.