Data Collection and Analysis
This page lists software tools commonly used for data collection and analysis that are covered by a University wide agreement.
For advice about software for data collection and analysis other than what is listed on this page, please open a request for "Research ICT Assistance" in Kuhukuhu.
See also: Information about ethical issues related to data collection and analysis.
Tools and systems
Google Forms is a web based survey tool, part of the Google Applications suite.Access Here
University staff and students can request access to ANSYS Multiphysics, which is simulation software that allows users to create virtual prototypes of their designs operating under real-world multiphysics conditions.View More Details
Staff and students can request access to ArcGIS Online is a cloud-based mapping and analysis solution for geospatial data. Charges may apply to this service.View More Details
Staff and students can receive limited advice and support for Delft3D, an integrated modelling suite that simulates two-dimensional and three-dimensional flow, sediment transport and morphology, waves, water quality and ecology.View More Details
Staff and students can request access to Geneious Prime, a bioinformatics software platform for molecular biology and sequence analysis.View More Details
Staff and students can use MATLAB, which combines a desktop environment tuned for iterative analysis and design processes with a programming language that expresses matrix and array mathematics directly.View More Details
NVivo is a software package for qualitative data analysis that can be downloaded and used by University staff and students.View More Details
Qualtrics is a powerful web based survey tool, available for free for University of Waikato users.View More Details
SPSS is a statistical software package that can be downloaded and used by University staff and in some cases, students.View More Details
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