analysis

  • playlist | Oxford only | v. 2013

    This course covers a variety of techniques for manipulating and analysing your data in a relational database

  • course pack | Publicly viewable | v. 2013

    Learn to build queries to investigate and interpret your data, and try out a variety of techniques for manipulating and analysing your data in a relational database

  • course pack | Publicly viewable | v. 2013

    This course covers a variety of techniques for manipulating and analysing the data in a relational database, using Access

  • course pack | Publicly viewable

    A one-day workshop to introduce those researching in the fields of history and archaeology to working with computerised databases.

  • website | Publicly viewable

    View eDemos, resources and tutorials for NVivo, direct from the supplier.

  • software | Publicly viewable

    View the website for R, a free software environment for statistical computing and graphics.

  • playlist | Oxford only | v. 2013

    Watch these videos to prepare for the workshop: grow your confidence in devising and checking formulae in a spreadsheet

  • course pack | Publicly viewable | v. 2013

    A hands-on activity session to grow your confidence in devising and checking formulae in a spreadsheet

  • course pack | Oxford only

    This course introduces the SPSS command language, also called syntax

  • hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    SPSS is a program used by many non-statisticians for simple to moderately advanced data analysis. It is among the most widely used programs for statistical analysis in the social sciences. SPSS was formerly known as PASW.

    SPSS can handle data from different sources (text, spreadsheets, databases) and the results can be exported in different formats. It has a graphical interface with pull-down menus but it is also possible to use command programming syntax for those who prefer that.

     

  • software | Publicly viewable

    SPSS is a program used by many non-statisticians for simple to moderately advanced data analysis. It is among the most widely used programs for statistical analysis in the social sciences. SPSS was formerly known as PASW.

    SPSS can handle data from different sources (text, spreadsheets, databases) and the results can be exported in different formats. It has a graphical interface with pull-down menus but it is also possible to use command programming syntax for those who prefer that.

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