UJ (CAT) distributes the software on behalf of various UJ departments on a self-help basis. We do not offer training and support on the installation and use of the software.
**** Atlas.ti is available in the computer labs on all campuses for students, should they wish to own a copy for home use they will have to purchase their own license.
- Atlas.ti - used for qualitative and mixed-methods analysis (free version only available on workstations in the Library Research Commons)
- Kepler - a free and open source scientific workflow system that enables researchers to create, execute, and share models and analyses.
- OpenRefine - used for cleaning, transforming and matching data
- Qualtrics survey software (Please see the process below on how to access Qualtrics - for University of Pretoria users only)
- R - a programming language and software environment that is used for statistical computing and data analysis
- SAS - Statistical Software
- SPSS - Predictive Analytics Software (Software trials available from IBM)
- Taverna - an open source workflow management system – consisting of a suite of tools used to design and execute scientific workflows and aid in silico experimentation