Analyzing Data

We offer consultations, collaborations, and training in data analysis using languages such as R and Python, and statistical environments like Stata, SPSS, and SAS. We can help with quantitative, qualitative, and geospatial data analysis.


Data and Visualization workshops are offered every semester at a variety of skill levels.

You can also download workshop materials to learn and complete the exercises on your own time.

Statistics Power Half-Hour: watch short introductions to important statistical concepts.

Data analysis how-to materials


You can access computers optimized for data-intensive work and equipped with software for data analysis like ArcGIS, Microsoft Power BI, Tableau, and SAS in the Hunt Dataspace and Hill Learning Commons.

Librarians can also help you create effective and well-designed visualizations.

Get help

  • Our librarians and Data Science Consultants are available for data and visualization questions and consultations—email us!
  • You can also get help over chat and Zoom.

Get instruction support

We offer data analysis and visualization instructional support for courses throughout the university.

Find & clean data

The Libraries provides access to a wide range of data resources and services, including guides to finding census data, political and social science data, and geospatial data.

We can help you clean, enhance, and work with your data. Librarians are available to help with data modeling, data cleaning, data joining, and other tasks related to working with data.

Campus data analysis services

Computing From Home

Computing without the Libraries' Computers: How to use the Virtual Computing Lab and other tips