Statistical analysis software available for staff


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Information Services offers a range of free statistical software for staff to use at work or on privately owned computers. This includes SAS and SPSS.

SPSS is an integrated family of products that helps to address the entire analytical process, from planning and data collection to analysis, reporting and deployment.

SPSS is available on all University-owned Windows devices through Installable Apps on the Start Menu.  No request is required. Mac users will need to submit a request through the Software Request System (SRS).

For privately owned computers, you can download SPSS through the Software Download Service (SDS) on your Google Drive. Click here for instructions on how to set up your Google Drive to access the SDS.

The Library Workshops and Training website provides access to SPSS Self Help Resources.  For further resources, see the SPSS Library Guide.

SPSS is also available to your students.  They can download SPSS for the special annual rate of $22.

SAS is a software suite developed by SAS Institute for advanced analytics, business intelligence, data management, and predictive analytics. The SAS Training website provides access to e-learning courses and free online tutorials.

SAS must also be requested through the SRS for all University-owned Windows devices.  It is not available for Macs.

For privately owned computers, you can download SAS through the Software Download Service (SDS) on your Google Drive.

Licenses are an annual subscription and allow download onto one device only. Please make sure you read the Licence Terms and Conditions when you install these applications.

See the Software Services website for more information.



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