The task of inertial sensor calibration has always been challenging, especially when dealing with stochastic errors that remain after the deterministic errors have been filtered out. Among others, the number of observations is becoming increasingly high since sensor measurements are taken at high frequencies over longer periods of time, thereby placing considerable limitations on the estimation of the complex models that characterize stochastic errors (without considering testing and selection procedures). Moreover, before estimating these models, there is a need for tests that determine whether the error signals are characterized by a model that remains constant over time and, if so, which model best predicts these errors. Considering these needs, this paper presents an open-source software platform that allows practitioners to carry out these procedures by making use of two recent proposals which stem from the Generalized Method of Wavelet Moments framework. These proposals make use of the growing amount of signal replicates issued during sensor calibration procedures and the proposed platform allows users to easily employ various functions that implement these methods in a user-friendly and computationally efficient manner.