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Where to Access Software

Visitors to The Velma Denning Room have access to a variety of quantitative (statistical) and qualitative software for evaluation and consultation. Software use in the Velma Denning Room is for educational and teaching purposes.

Use of popular software for coursework or research is available via campus computer clusters in Green Library, Meyer Library and at other campus locations listed below. All campus computer clusters have both Macintosh and Windows operating platforms. More information on the software available on the computer clusters is on the SUL Academic Computing site.  Visit Software at Stanford for additional details about software available at Stanford and for personal purchasing.

Quantitative Software: SPSS, SAS, Stata, and R

Green Library Computer Clusters

  • Bing Wing (1st Floor): Jonsson Reading Room, Social Sciences Resource Center (SSRC)
  • Bing Wing (2nd Floor): Lane Reading Room
  • East Wing (1st Floor): Information Center (IC)

Other Campus Computer Clusters

  • Meyer and Cubberley Education Library
  • Tresidder Clusters
  • Student Residential Clusters

Qualitative Software & Geographic Information Systems Software: NVivo & ArcGIS

Green Library Computer Clusters

  • Bing Wing (1st Floor): Jonsson Reading Room, Social Sciences Resource Center (SSRC)
  • Bing Wing (2nd Floor): Lane Reading Room
  • East Wing (1st Floor): Information Center (IC)

Other Campus Computer Clusters

  • Meyer and Cubberley Education Library
  • Tresidder Clusters
  • Student Residential Clusters

Stat/Transfer & Other Available Software via UNIX (Linux) Computing Resources

Information on how to access via Unix