There is a known problem with the Find@UNC button on Google Scholar until Thursday, November 27th. See workaround
Statistical packages on HSL computers
How to use statistical programs SAS, SPSS and Stata on Health Sciences Library computers:
- Go to http://virtuallab.unc.edu
- Browse Statistical Applications. A shortcut is on all HSL student desktops.
Note: Do not confuse the Virtual Lab http://virtuallab.unc.edu with the Virtual Computing Lab http://vcl.unc.edu (see below). They are different services. If you have questions about using computers at the HSL, visit the HSL front desk or call 919-962-0800.
VCL vs. VirtualLab
|How do I access it||http://virtuallab.unc.edu||http://vcl.unc.edu|
|Available on campus||
Remember to be connected to the
UNC-Secure or UNC-PSK networks
(See how to do this)
|Available off campus||Requires connecting through
VPN (see ITS's page for more information)
|Ideal for large datasets|
|Access files on your computer|
Water and sanitation data sets
Get help with statistical, mathematical, and GIS software
The Odum Institute is a service and research unit of the University of North Carolina. Its staff provides statistical services including workshops, seminars, and software access. Odum is located in Manning Hall.
- Consulting services
- Upcoming workshops
- Help with survey methodology, data archiving and finding grants
Mathematical and Statistical
The UNC Research Computing Group provides support for mathematical and statistical software applications, as well as technical information and assistance for supported research software to the UNC-CH community. The statistical computing web pages provide general information about computing on the statistical server, include documentation and usage instructions, and address commonly asked questions.
GIS & Data Services
The GIS and Data Services unit in Davis Library provides assistance in finding geospatial data and offers research consultations.
If you need assistance, schedule a consultation using the online scheduling app.
If you need assistance writing data management plans, understanding agency requirements, and finding data services on campus, see the HSL's Research Data Toolkit Guide.