This guide provides information for the University of Melbourne community on where to access statistical software on campus; how to purchase licensed copies; training opportunities; links to support materials; and further reading.
For an overview of statistical analysis software, see the recent entry on the University of Melbourne's 23 Research Things blog
MyUniApps provides University of Melbourne staff and students with easy, online access to a broad range of software packages. The following applications are currently available to all students: AMOS, ArcGIS Desktop, EndNote*, GIMP, iMindQ, Mathematica, MATLAB*, Minitab, Notepad++, NVIVO*, Office Professional Plus 2013, R, Rstudio, Sample Power, SAS, SPSS. Further apps are available to students based on their area of study.
For the most up-to-date information, please check the list of apps available in "Applications" section of the FAQs.
IT Infrastructure (University Services) centrally manage software license programs on behalf of the University.
A number of statistical packages are included in the site licenses program. A site license will offer university departments products which are centrally funded and can be deployed on University assets at no additional cost.
Other software packages are also available through bulk purchase programs. This offers departments, affiliated institutions and respective staff and students a way to purchase centrally-managed low cost software.
For further advice and support, call the IT service desk on 8344 0888
The Statistical Consulting Centre at the University of Melbourne provides a range of services to members of the academic community. The Melbourne Statistical Consulting Platform allows eligible students 10 free hours of statistical consulting. Check this list for your eligibility
The Statistical Consulting Centre offers advice, statistical consulting and data analysis to staff and postgraduate students within the University and others outside the University.