ICT Research Computing offers at no cost, a variety of software packages that cover a broad range of researchers' needs: for example, data analysis, simulations, symbolic transforms, graphing, mapping, statistics, surveys, lab notebooks.
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General information about the use of Scientific Research software.
Information about CMC Microsystems, a not-for-profit organization accelerating research and innovation in Canada. Their primary focus is to help research in electronics - specifically microsystems and nanotechnology.
Information about GitLab, an open source software used to collaborate on code, manage git code repositories with access control, perform code reviews, and handle merge requests.
Information about LabArchives, a web-based electronic lab notebook application for organizing, managing and sharing laboratory data.
Information about Maple, a mathematics-based language combining analytic and numerical methods of problem solving.
Information about Mathematica, a universal system for technical computing based on Wolfram language.
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Information about Nvivo, a powerful software for storage, analysis and visualization of qualitative and mixed-methods data obtained through surveys and interviews.
Information about R, a free software environment for statistical computing and graphics.
Information about SAS, a software suite for advanced analytics, multivariate analyses, business intelligence, data management, and predictive analytics.
Information about STATA, an integrated statistical software package for data analysis, data management, and graphics.
Information about SPSS, a software platform for advanced statistical analysis (social and medical science).