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Research Data Management: Analyse data

HPC at UniSA

Computer centre

UniSA provides a powerful High Performance Computing (HPC) service to support the demanding computational needs of its researchers and research degree candidates.

Solve complex computational problems faster on the HPC using:

  •  Large numbers of CPU cores
  •  High amounts of memory
  •  Specialist research software

Learn more below

Software

Find software to help you to work with your data.

  • SPSS Software Licensing page
    Widely used for statistical analysis in social sciences, as well as other discipline areas such as Health Sciences, Marketing, and  Education. The University has a licence agreement with SPSS that allows use of this software at no charge.
  • NVivo Software Licensing
    For qualitative data analysis. NVivo gives you a place to organize, store and retrieve your data so you can work more efficiently, save time and rigorously back up findings with evidence
  • Qualtrics XM
    Design your survey with an intuitive drag-and-drop survey tool, powerful logic, 100 plus question types, and pre-built survey templates. Qualtrics is available fully licensed to all UniSA staff, researchers and HDR students.
  • R
    Widely used for statistical analysis in social sciences, as well as other discipline areas such as Health Sciences, Marketing, and Education. The University has a licence agreement with SPSS that allows use of this software at no charge.
  • Python
    A general purpose and high level programming language.

Workshops and tutorials

 Link to Getting started with NVivo turorials

The Library does not provide support for NVivo software. Please seek advice from your school or research centre.

The Library does not provide support for SPSS software. Please seek advice from your school or research centre.

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