data analysis

  • playlist | Oxford only

    Playlist for Matlab is a high-performance language for technical computing. This course provides a working introduction to the Matlab technical computing environment. Themes of data analysis, visualization, and programming are explored throughout the course.

  • video | Publicly viewable | v. 2013

    Watch this video to make the switch to Access 2013 from earlier versions of Access.

  • article | Publicly viewable | v. 2010

    Ways to protect your data against accidental or malicious mis-editing, or to conceal it from unauthorised view

  • software | Publicly viewable

    Microsoft Office Access is a relational database management system. You can use it for data which is too complex to be modelled using Excel spreadsheets.

  • website | Publicly viewable | v. 2010

    Brief tutorials and tips for Access users, builders and designers.

  • website | Publicly viewable

    The Bodleian Libraries provide help and guidance with the use of ArcGIS. Some resources are available here in the portfolio (search for arcGIS for example)

  • course pack | Oxford only

    This four-session course covers the map-making aspects of ArcGIS Desktop and introduces its analytical functionality. Powerful and relatively complex, Desktop is the industry standard for geographic information systems (GIS) software. ArcGIS Explorer is designed to store, query, analyse, process, and visualise spatial data. It is typically used for making maps and performing spatial analysis.

  • course pack | Oxford only

    ArcGIS Explorer is a free, basic and easy-to-use geographic information system (GIS). GIS is used for making maps and performing spatial queries and analysis. While the functionality of Explorer is very limited, and probably inadequate for many university-level users, it is taught here as an important stepping stone to the more complex and powerful ArcGIS Desktop.

  • course pack | Oxford only

    This session covers intermediate-level skills in working in ArcGIS Explorer. Explorer is a basic and easy-to-use desktop geographic information system (GIS) that is free to download. It is part of the ArcGIS software range, which also includes web-based and mobile GIS, as well as the much more powerful ArcGIS Desktop. GIS is designed to store, query, analyse, process, and visualise spatial data. It is typically used for making maps and performing spatial analysis.

  • article | Publicly viewable

    You can add a field which notes the date when the record was last edited

  • course pack | Oxford only

    ORDS (the Online Research Database Service) is a place to host your research databases, and provides a set of online tools to manage that data.

  • playlist | Oxford only | v. 2013

    If you need to build, plan or revise a database, this is the course. You will create tables with fields and a range of useful properties, learn about relationships between tables, create and manage them.

  • course pack | Publicly viewable | v. 2013

    This course shows you how to build the essential structure of a relational database (using Access as an example)

  • software | Publicly viewable

    Download a tool to help you choose which software to use, for your database project

  • course pack | Publicly viewable

    If you are managing a database project, you need an understanding of how relational databases work

  • playlist | Oxford only

    You will learn to organise your data with a good relational database design, from concept to implementation.

  • course pack | Publicly viewable

    This course takes you through the steps you need to design a good relational database, from concept to implementation

  • video | Oxford only

    An introduction to the basics of Database Design

  • playlist | Oxford only | v. 2013

    For people who have to take over an existing database, and plan how they will adapt it for future use

  • course pack | Publicly viewable | v. 2013

    This course takes you through the process of exploring and understanding a working database (using Access as an example)

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