Data Analysis Support Hub (DASH) is here to help you

| November 20, 2023
Submitted by Jeannie An for Library Services

Are you looking for assistance with data analysis and visualization? DASH: Data Analysis Support Hub is here to help.

Run by staff at the Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship and McMaster Student Consultants, DASH offers workshops and consultations on R, Python, Git, SPSS, LaTeX, Excel, and more.

DASH can help with the following topics:

  • Creating data visualizations, including charts, graphs, and scatter plots
  • Figuring out which statistical tests to run (e.g., t-test, chi-square, etc.)
  • Analyzing qualitative and quantitative data with software including SPSS, Python, R, SAS, ArcGIS, MATLAB, and Excel
  • Choosing which software package to use, including free and open-source software
  • Troubleshooting problems related to file formats, data retrieval, and download
  • Selecting methodology and type of data analysis to use in a thesis project

Book An Appointment with the DASH Team | Schedule a Consultation

  • Receive help with data analysis from a member of the DASH team! Book a one-on-one appointment to discuss an assignment, explore software options, or generally receive assistance with data analysis and visualization.
  • Schedule a consultation today.

If you have any questions, please contact the DASH team at

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