Answered By: Ming Guang Han Last Updated: Sep 05, 2016 Views: 15795
NUS Libraries does not provide downloads or rental of any software, nor are our pcs in the library equipped with any special software beyond Office and EndNote.
You may want to try the software catalogue administered by NUS Computer Centre to see what software you have access to. If you do face any issues with the software catalogue, you should contact IT Care.
Different students and staff may also have different access to software for download (set by your department), you may not necessarily have access to SPSS, MATLAB, Eviews, Nvivo etc or any other paid software (e.g Microsoft Word or Office) you are looking for.
Depending on the software you are looking for, some computer labs in your faculty/school may have installed the software in the respective computer labs(e.g AS7). You should check with the respective departments, your professors or computer centre for more information.
In addition, the library does not provide training on any of these software except EndNote, if you are looking for books or guides on the same topic instead, please search the library catalogue.
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