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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: Apr 11, 2014 URL: http://libguides.library.kent.edu/statconsulting Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Software Information and Resources

Statistical and Qualitative Software Tutorials

 

 Statistical Software

SAS

SPSS

JMP

R

 

Qualitative Software

NVivo

 

Data Collection                        

Qualtrics

 

SAS Tutorials

Our SAS Tutorials have moved! Check out our new SAS LibGuide.

 

SPSS Tutorials

Our SPSS tutorials have moved! Check out our new SPSS LibGuide.

Additional Tutorial Resources on the Web

  • NIST/SEMATECH e-Handbook of Statistics
    Thorough and well-organized coverage of both descriptive and inferential statistical methods. Example problems are drawn from the fields of science and engineering. Content focuses on understanding statistical methods and their assumptions rather than software.
  • Institute for Digital Research (IDRE) at UCLA
    Contains a wealth of tutorials and worked examples using SAS, SPSS, Stata, MPlus, and R. Topics covered include (but are not limited to): regression, generalized linear models, MANOVA, factor analysis, power analysis, and data management.
  • Research Analytics Group at Indiana University - Tutorials
    The Research Analytics Group at Indiana University offers introductory guides to SAS, SPSS, R, Stata, Minitab, SigmaPlot, and Matlab. This link goes directly to their tutorial page.
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