Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) which is used to calculate statistics in social sciences and psychology, and Shazam, which is used in economics, are both currently available on Nexus.
Remote access allows a student to run a piece of software without installing it locally on their computer or working in a computer lab.
Follow the steps provided on remote access to software to obtain this software for specific courses.
- How do I run SPSS commands?
- How do I use SPSS Manager?
- How do I save and view output?
- Need more help with SPSS?
Shazam is used for some Economics courses in the Arts Faculty. Students in the Faculty of Arts, with Nexus accounts have access to Shazam via their Nexus accounts. It is also site-licensed and may be obtained from Information Systems & Technology (IST) Service Desk in East Campus (EC) 2. The site license form for Shazam is also online.