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Urban Economics:Theory & Policy 3250 487: Statistical Software

Prerequisite: 200 and 201 or 244 or permission of instructor. Analysis of urban issues from an economic perspective. Emphasis on urban growth, land-use patterns, housing, income distribution, poverty and urban fiscal policy.

Getting Started with Statistical Software

Whether you are using SAS, SPSS, MiniTab, Stata, R, or another system to analyze data, there are resources available to help you get started.

  • Search the UA Libraries Catalog for the software name to locate and access ebooks and print books related to the software package.
  • Try the UA Libraries' subscription to Safari Books Online to see if there is an ebook related to the software package.
  • You can also search the OhioLINK Library Catalog to request a book from another library.
  • Search the internet with the software name and a keyword related to the problem you are encountering.
  • You can also find tutorials and videos on the internet to help address specific issues.

Statistical Software Tutorials and Guides

UA students and faculty can use the Virtual Lab to access SPSS 21, SAS 9.3 with Enterprise Miner, SAS JMP Pro 10, and MiniTab 16.