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Statistical Consulting at University Libraries   Tags: jmp, nvivo, qualtrics, research, sas, spss, statistics  

University Libraries offers free research software consulting services to Kent State University faculty, staff, and students. This guide contains information about the services we offer, as well as online support for SAS, SPSS, JMP, and NVivo.
Last Updated: Jul 17, 2014 URL: http://libguides.library.kent.edu/statconsulting Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Access to Research Software

Do I have to have a University-owned computer in order to install statistical software? Can statistical software be installed on my personal computer?

It depends on the software. The following table shows what software is available for University-owned and personally-owned computers: 

University-Owned Personally-Owned
SAS x x
SPSS x
JMP x x
NVivo x x
Stata

 

How can I have JMP, NVivo, SAS, or SPSS installed on my University-owned or personally-owned computer?

Statistical and qualitative software is available through Information Services. For more information on the availablility of SPSS, Amos, JMP, SAS, and NVivo, visit the HelpDesk or Support Center, or contact your department's local desktop support person.

 
How can I obtain Stata for my university-owned or personally-owned computer?

Kent State University currently does not have a site license for Stata. However, Kent State users can purchase Stata/IC, Stata/SE, Stata/MP, or Small Stata at a reduced price through the Stata Campus GradPlan at Stata's website. (For more information about the differences in Stata versions, see "Which Stata is right for me?" at Stata's website.)

Some departments may purchase their own departmental licenses for Stata. Check with your department's IS support person before purchasing.

 

I'm getting an error message that license for my statistical software has expired. How can I renew it?

  • If you obtained your copy of statistical software through Information Services:
    Submit a helpdesk ticket at support.kent.edu. Be sure to specify that the license has expired, and give the name of the software package.

  • If you have purchased your own copy of statistical software through kent.e-academy.com:
    If your license has expired, you will likely need to re-purchase the license. Check the terms of the license you purchased.

  • If you are using a public computer on campus and receive an error message about a software's license:
    Please notify Information Services.
 

Quick Links

 

 


JMP

Information about accessing JMP software.

Product website: JMP This is a link to another web site

 

 


 

 

NVivo

Information about accessing NVivo software.

Download a free 30-day trial of NVivo at QSR International This is a link to another web site.

Product website: NVivo This is a link to another web site

 

 


 

 

SAS

Information about accessing SAS software.

Product website: SAS This is a link to another web site

 

 


 

 

SPSS and AMOS

Information about accessing SPSS software.

Students, faculty, and staff looking to purchase SPSS should visit kent.e-academy.com.

Product website: IBM SPSS StatisticsThis is a link to another web site and IBM SPSS Amos This is a link to another web site

 

 


Stata

Information about accessing Stata software.

Students, faculty, and staff looking to purchase Stata should visit stata.com.

Product website: Stata This is a link to another web site


Qualtrics Survey Software

 

 

Qualtrics

To log in to Qualtrics with your FlashLine username, go to kent.qualtrics.com.

Product website: Qualtrics This is a link to another web site

 

 


 

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