Can the library help me analyze my data with SPSS?
The library has many resources to help find statistical data:
We have a list of statistics databases. Look for the Databases by Subject & Type link on the library homepage under the SuperSearch box. In the box labelled Databases by Information Type, select Statistics and Datasets.
Although the library can't help analyze statistical data, KSU does have other facilities than can help:
The Center for Statistics and Analytical Services provides tutoring in all major software packages for faculty and students (for 3000 level courses and above).
Tutors are experienced in the following analysis tools:
Most project support will be provided for faculty and students at no cost. Support for larger projects will be negotiated with the sponsoring Department. For inquiries or to set up an initial project meeting, please email: CSAS@science.kennesaw.edu. For more information, please see the Center for Statistics and Analytical Services website.
The SMART Center also offers tutoring for math and lower-level statistics classes on a first-come, first-serve basis. The SMART Center is located in Room 433 of Sturgis Library on the Kennesaw campus, and in Room 174 of Norton Hall (R2) on the Marietta campus. For hours of operation and more information, please visit their webpage or call 470-578-6044 (Kennesaw Campus) or 470-578-2173 (Marietta Campus).
For more information about data analytical software the KSU provides, please click here.