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Did you know that effective data management is critical to data display and analysis? SPSS is a user-friendly software that doesn't require you to write any code - SPSS can do this for you with just a few clicks. Once you are equipped with the skills of manipulating data, you will be more confident with proceeding to analyze your data.
Further to the analysis covered in SPSS (Part 1) - Basic SPSS, this workshop will focus on bivariate analysis.
Register today, and learn how to manage your data effectively and analyze your data hassle-free!
NVivo is a computer-assisted qualitative data analysis software. In this introductory workshop, you'll learn about the benefits of working with NVivo, how to set it up, the types of sources you can use and how to import them into NVivo, and how to do queries, nodes, and coding. NOTE: You will need to bring your own laptop if you want to try using NVivo in this workshop, as the software is not yet available on library computers. You can download a trial version at: http://www.qsrinternational.com/Trial
Are you worried about getting your thesis/dissertation into the format required by the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies? Would you like to learn more about the formatting features in Microsoft Word? Our Research Commons staff are here to explain the nuts and bolts of formatting: page layout, numbering, headings, front matter, and more!
This workshop will also cover the basic resources that are available to help you write your thesis/dissertation. Graduate students at any stage of the writing process are welcome!
The four case exhibition included photographs, letters and memorabilia from Stravinsky's extraordinary life.
These audio recordings are a cultural record of student life and voices from the UBC community spanning 70 years.
UBC Library has acquired a copy of the Kelmscott Chaucer, one of the world’s most extraordinary books. Printed in a limited edition of only 438 copies, the Works of Geoffrey Chaucer was published by William Morris’s Kelmscott Press in 1896.