Data Analysis & Software
The University of Virginia Legal Data Lab supports empircally-oriented faculty an student research at the Law School. The Lab uses data science solutions to help clients better understand and explain complex legal phenomena.
The access point for University-licensed research software.
The Public Health Sciences, in partnership with the Health Science Library and BioConnector, works with researchers to address questions about research methods and statistics of a basic and introductory nature. This service is available to University of Virginia faculty, staff and students in the School of Medicine, School of Nursing, and Health system
The UVA Library's Research Software Support, in partnership with ITS, distributes University-licensed research software titles and helps researchers access, install and use the software. Most of titles are availale from the ITS Software Gateway, Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The UVA Library's StatLab provides advice and training in data analysis, statistical and computational methods, visualization, and data wrangling to University of Virginia researchers through individual consulting and workshops in a variety of environments (e.g., R, Python, Stata, SPSS, SAS). Email us at: email@example.com.
The UVA Library and Health Science Library sponsor a regular meetup for R users at UVA and in the surrounding community. Come learn about new packages in R, how other researchers are using R, and meet fellow R enthusiasts.
In conjunction with training classes and workshop program by the BioConnector and Advanced Research Computing Services, the Library's Research Data Services offers various educational opportunities in numerous disciplines. For the list of classes we offer, please check out our Education, Training and Outreach” page.
The UVA Bioinformatics Core provides statistical support and bioinformatics data analysis for the enormous amount of data typically generated from high-throughput microarray and next-generation sequencing experiments.
CSR's full-service survey research facility offers customized project design from sampling to instrument development; professional interviewing and data collection; and data analysis and report preparation.
The BioMedical Informatics Division in the Department of Public Health Sciences provides Consulting & Collaboration Support to assist researchers with study design, data analysis, statistical graphics, outcomes and comparative effectiveness research, data base development and management and other multidisciplinary analytical services, such as evaluation methods, surveys and community engagement strategies.
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