We help students and researchers organize, analyze, interpret, and present quantitative or qualitative data using data analysis software.
We can help you:
- Choose the data analysis software that's right for your project.
- Learn how to navigate statistical software according to your experience level.
- Choose the right statistical test based on your data.
- Analyze collected data using your software of choice.
We support these software packages:
R provides a wide variety of statistical and graphical techniques and is highly extensible. Statistical techniques available include linear and nonlinear modelling, classical statistical tests, time-series analysis, classification, clustering.
R is open source software, is available for free, and complies with a wide variety of UNIX platforms, Windows, and MacOS. You need to download both R and RStudio.
Install R for Mac
Install R for Windows
SAS can manage, view, and analyze complex data in a variety of formats. SAS can help you calculate descriptive statistics, cross-tabulation, regression, analysis of variance, survival analysis, multivariate techniques, econometric and time series procedures.
The cloud version of SAS is called SAS on Demand and is available for students and researchers for free.
Download SAS on Demand
SPSS is used for statistical analysis. It has a point-and-click interface making it easy to use. It can perform a wide range of analysis including descriptive statistics, analysis of variance, linear regression.
U of G students and faculty can download SPSS free of charge.
Stata a general-purpose statistical software package used by many businesses and academic institutions around the world. Stata's capabilities include data management, statistical analysis, graphics simulations, custom programming.
U of G students and faculty can download Stata free of charge.
Nvivo is a qualitative data analysis (QDA) computer software package. It is designed for qualitative researchers working with very rich text-based and/or multimedia information, where deep levels of analysis on small or large volumes of data are required.
U of G students and faculty can download NVivo free of charge.
Connect with us to ask a question or to book an appointment.
Services for faculty & instructors
We can support your teaching with:
- In-class instruction on using any of the software packages listed above.
- Getting started with R help guide.
- Getting started with SAS help guide.
- Getting started with SPSS help guide.
- Getting started with Stata help guide.
- Getting started with Nvivo help guide.
- NVivo10 Online Help
- NVivo Frequently Asked Questions
- Visit the Computing and Communication Services (CCS) supported products page for help acquiring or installing software.