SPSS is on ALL of the University Library computers - it's listed as IBM SPSS.
Other access options:
SPSS is currently available for free download to GSU faculty, staff, and student personally-owned computers -- this license will expire August 31, 2022. Instructions for downloading are available at the following links: Windows | Mac
If you downloaded SPSS from the GSU OnTheHub/Kivuto page prior to August 31, 2021, you will need to retrieve and enter the new 2022 authorization code:
If you have issues with installing SPSS, please contact campus IT at firstname.lastname@example.org
Below are some FAQs about SPSS, SAS, Stata, and R as well as tips for when to use what statistical analysis software, converting files amongst different softwares, and choosing what statistical analyses to run given your variable types.
The resources highlighted on the Statistics and Data guide's Finding Raw Data tab will enable you to find existing raw data (or "datasets") with which to do your own data analysis.
The resources on the Statistics and Data guide's Collecting New Data tab include information about the Qualtrics survey tool, tips and places to identify existing surveys and measurement scales, and links to GSU's Human Subjects/IRB sources.