Students and faculty at GW have access to a variety of software packages for working with data, including statistical packages (e.g. SPSS and STATA), computational environments (e.g. MATLAB) and GIS tools (e.g. ArcGIS). Programming, software development, and quantitative reasoning support via consultations and tutoring are available to GW students and faculty as well.
Software and Data Consultation Resources:
GW Libraries does not currently license qualitative data analysis software; however, there are options available for students and faculty.
Open Source, Free Analysis Tools:
Fee-based Analysis Tools:
These tools (some free, others subscription-based) are useful for developing data visualizations or analyzing data. Most of these sites have demos or help guides to assist you in learning the tools.
R & R Studio Tutorials