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Specialized statistical or spatial software is frequently required when working with research data. There are many softwares, including a variety which are open source, for this purpose. A list of software subscribed to by the University of Regina can be viewed at the Common Software Information webpage.
Available in Dr. John Archer Library and most Computer Labs:
Excel (Pivot Tables)
SAS software is available in the Undergraduate Computer Lab, CW 307.37. Contact the Lab Instructor to use the lab.
Contains 5 tutorials (less than 5 min each) on using ODESI to find and download data. Many of the Public Use Microdata Files (PUMFs) released by Statistics Canada can be downloaded from ODESI. Nesstar also works in a similar manner to ODESI.
Developed by Mike Marin and Ladan Hamadani at the University of British Columbia, this playlist contains 17 videos for novice R users. The MarinStats Channel also has intermediate and advanced R tutorials available.
The University of Regina is located on Treaty 4 Territory with a presence in Treaty 6 Territory. These are the ancestral lands of the nêhiyawak (Cree), Anihšināpēk (Salteaux), Dakota, Lakota, Nakoda and the homeland of the Métis/Michif Nation.