Advanced Campus Services (ACS)

Research Software Licenses

Software Applications for Research and Education

Georgia State University has several software applications for which campus-wide licenses are in place.

SPSS -

An application for many univariate and multivariate statistical analyses and manipulating data.

Microsoft Windows, standalone and networked configurations  (more information coming)

Contact: Joe Amador 404-413-4310

SAS -

An application for data analysis with tools for information storage and retrieval, data modification, report writing, file handling, and statistical functions.

SAS on IBM System p5 Supercomputer

Microsoft Windows, standalone and networked configurations  (more information coming)

Contact: Joe Amador 404-413-4310

MATLAB -

Software for technical computing and model-based design for engineers, scientists, mathematicians, and researchers. Core products are MATLAB®, used for performing mathematical calculations, analyzing and visualizing data, and writing new software programs; and Simulink®, used for modeling and simulating complex dynamic systems.

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