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Information Commons

Do you need help downloading the SPSS software program? Are you trying to turn on voice typing in Google Docs but don't know how? Does your text delete every time you try to edit & save it on a pdf? Can't get your EndNote citations to sync properly? We ca

Consult this guide for tutorials, Ebooks, help pages & downloads for the software available on the desktop computers in the open Library lab (2nd floor) know as the Information Commons. View a complete list of software available on our desktops.

Resources

BlueJ

EndNote X9

Google Suite

JASP

JASP is available on 2nd floor library desktops and also available for free download. Below are additional resources.

Maple 2019

Maple 2019 is a mathematical software that is available on the 2nd floor desktops & on library circulated laptops. Consult the links below for resources.

MATLAB

MATLAB is a programming platform with matrix-based language allowing natural expression of computational mathematics. Designed specifically for engineers & scientists.

R 3.3.3 & RStudio 1.0.136

R is a free software environment for statistical computing and graphics. RStudio is an integrated development environment (IDE) for R.

R 3.3.3 with R Studio 1.0.136 is available on 2nd floor library desktops & library circulated laptops.

SAS 9.4 TS1M5

Software Downloads

After logging in and landing on the Available Software Distribution List, click on the down arrow next to the software to download the renewal & installation instructions per software. This step is necessary for proper installation.

SPSS 25

SPSS Statistics is a software package used for interactive, or batched, statistical analysis. Created by IBM. SPSS is available on 2nd floor desktop computers and library circulated laptops. It is also available for student download. Please visit the student software page to enter your UTC credentials for download.

Tableau 2019.2

Contact UTC Library

If you need more help, reach out to the UTC Library:

Call 423-425-4501

Text 423-521-0564

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library@utc.edu

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