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Research Commons: Software, data, and Digital Humanities

 

During COVID-19, Research Commons' services continue.

SFU graduate students are encouraged to book consultations with the Research Commons staff and partners. Consultations are available by phone, via email, or through online video-conference.

Not finding what you're looking for? Please get in touch with us at research-commons@sfu.ca so we can discuss your research support needs. 

 

 Software

Research software
General information about research software licenses and support available through the Research Commons. 

Find, access, analyze, and manage data

Finding and accessing data & statistics

Data & statistics information resources
SFU Library provides services and support for researchers interested in finding and using data and statistical information across all disciplines.

Qualitative data analysis and data visualization

SFU Library’s Research Commons supports many tools for data analysis and visualization including NVivo, ArcGIS, and Tableau. We also provide support for research programming using R and Python.

Data management

Research data management (RDM) describes activities that support the responsible handling and organization of data created during a research project. Get support from librarians that will assist you in satisfying grant funding, research ethics board, and publisher requirements for the handling and sharing of data. 

Digital Humanities 

The Digital Humanities Innovation Lab assists SFU researchers with the development of digital scholarship research by providing consultation, training, mentoring, research software development and technical support.