The latest addition to our growing collection of software LibGuides offers resources to help you use the SAS statistical analysis software available in the UA Libraries.
Month: October 2014
UA Libraries presentation practice rooms
While this blog’s primary focus is the academic software installed on public computers in the UA Libraries, we occasionally highlight other library and campus services and spaces at the intersection of academics and technology.
Rodgers Library for Science & Engineering and the McLure Education Library now offer equipment and spaces for presentation practice. Continue reading
New LibGuides: ArcGIS, InDesign, Publisher, SPSS
LibGuides are compiled by UA librarians and feature handpicked library resources, such as recommended databases, reference books, journals, videos, and more – tailored to a subject, course, or academic topic. We’ve recently added several LibGuides to help you use the software available in the UA Libraries: Continue reading
Workshop: Introduction to SAS
I’m happy to announce the next installment in the statistical analysis workshop series presented by the University Libraries and the College of Education Research Assistance Center! Introduction to SAS will provide an introduction to the SAS Education Analytic Suite software available in the Libraries. Continue reading
Who uses SPSS?
The IBM SPSS Statistics overview in my last post included several references to business analytics. While many businesses use statistical analysis to increase profitability, improve processes, and grow their customer bases, I wanted to share some other uses of SPSS to further your understanding of what the software is and what you can do with it. Continue reading
What is SPSS?
Since our Introduction to SPSS workshop is right around the corner, I thought I’d share some information about SPSS and its use by UA researchers. Continue reading
Workshop: Introduction to SPSS
Next Friday, the University Libraries and the College of Education Research Assistance Center will present an introductory workshop on the IBM SPSS Statistics software available in the Libraries. Here are the details: Continue reading