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Data, Datasets, and Statistical Resources

Search for Carleton Datasets Access

Search the Gould Guides for Carleton specific information about datasets and data sources that might require special access or information.
 

Data Guides by Subject

Librarians for Data

Reference librarians can help you find data. They can help you form a strategy for your search for data, discuss your research question, and access data sources. To reach them:

 

Kristin Partlo can help with more involved data-related search questions.

Other People Who Can Help

Need help with R, SPSS, Stata, Stat/Transfer? Need help organizing or reformatting your dataset? Contact:

  • Paula Lackie, Academic Technologies Team,
    Phone: x5607
    Email: (use a descriptive subject line) plackie [at] carleton [dot] edu
    Where: Leighton 225
  • Math Skills Center
    Drop-in help, weekdays 8:30am-11pm, Saturday 2-5pm, Sunday 2-5, 7-11pm
    Phone: x4026
    Where: CMC 229

Looking for GIS data? Want to display your lat/long or tabular data on a map? Contact:

Writing about data? The Writing Center can help!

Need help analyzing your data?

  • Contact the Statistics faculty member who supervises Carleton's Statistical Consulting service. Carleton students enrolled in this course work on data analysis projects from both the College and the community. If your data analysis project is not the right scope for Statistical Consulting, Carleton statistics professors are also available to consult with you individually.