## Guides, tutorials, and working papers

### Statistical and mathematical applications

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#### General

- Statistical and mathematical software available at IU
- Statistical and mathematical software packages available on IU's supercomputers
- Using data files with statistical and mathematical software on IUanyWare
- Get help for statistical and mathematical computing at IU

#### SPSS

- Purchase a copy of SPSS
- Convert an SPSS file to a SAS data set
- In SPSS, how do I merge two files?
- In SPSS, how do I generate a new variable?

#### MATLAB

- What is MATLAB, and where can I access it at IU?
- At IU, on Karst, how do I use MATLAB?
- Sort the rows of a Matlab matrix according to one of the columns
- In MATLAB, how do I plot irregularly spaced data?
- In Maple, Mathematica, and MATLAB, how do I obtain eigenvalues and eigenvectors?

#### SAS

- In SAS, how do I merge two data sets?
- In SAS, how can I conduct a t-test on data sorted by variables?
- In SAS, how do I create a permanent SAS data file?
- Use SAS on Karst at IU
- Run an SAS batch job on Karst at IU

#### Stata

- About Stata at IU
- In Stata, how do I change the path to user-written ado files?
- At IU, how do I use Stata on Karst?
- In Stata, how do I test the normality of a variable?
- In Stata, how do I recode an existing variable?
- In Stata, how do I import a fixed-format ASCII file?

#### Maple and Mathematica

- What is Maple, and where can I access it at IU?
- In Maple, how do I save variables?
- In Maple, how can I see a function's source code?
- In Maple, Mathematica, and MATLAB, how do I obtain eigenvalues and eigenvectors?
- What is Mathematica, and where is it available at IU?
- Where can I get help with Mathematica?
- In Mathematica, how can I make the best use of my system's memory?