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Data & Analytical Support

The Law Library can assist with obtaining insights from your data—whether exploratory or hypothesis testing. We can also provide assistance with understanding the range of tools and options available in order to obtain the desired insights. These include:
  • Visualization software (network, geospatial, Tableau, etc.)
  • Statistical analysis platforms such as SPSS and SAS
  • Data transformations in Excel or Access
In addition, we can help:
  • Plan empirical research
  • Identify sources of data
  • Structure your data so as to be most beneficial by the widest range of tools
  • Assist you with using those tools to obtain results
Please contact: Peter Hook, Head of Digital and Scholarly Resources by emailing or via phone at (607) 255-2028.
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