Workshops & Webinars

The Academic Data Centre (ADC) offers a series of workshops for working with both geospatial and numeric datasets using GIS and statistical applications as well as research data management support. If you would like to see the ADC host an upcoming workshop, please make a request to the ADC Team.

Winter 2024 Research Data Services Workshops

Introduction to Statistical Analysis and SPSS Online

Friday, March 8, 2024

Are you eager to unlock the power of statistical analysis for your research or professional endeavors? Join us for an engaging and hands-on workshop where you will delve into the fundamentals of statistical analysis and become proficient in using SPSS software.

This workshop is designed for beginners and those seeking to refresh their statistical knowledge. Throughout the session, participants will explore essential statistical concepts, and understand the significance of data analysis in various fields. This workshop will equip you with the foundational skills needed to make informed decisions based on data.

The centerpiece of the workshop is the introduction to SPSS, a powerful tool widely used for statistical analysis. Participants will learn how to navigate the SPSS interface, import data sets, and perform a variety of analyses including descriptive statistics, correlation analysis, t-tests, ANOVA.

Join us and embark on your journey to becoming a proficient practitioner of statistical analysis and SPSS software.


Best Practices for Managing your Research Data

Thursday, March 28, 2024

This online workshop covers best practices for research data management (RDM). The focus is on how you can best organize your research data in order to ensure efficient workflows and prevent data loss(es). Best practices will be covered spanning the entire research data lifecycle: planning, storage, organization, preservation, and sharing. In order to better understand the nature of your research data, interactive polling will be embedded so the University of Windsor can develop services that best reflect your needs. No previous experience with RDM is necessary for this introductory session. 




Previous workshops 

RDM & TDM in JupyterHub with Newspapers - February 21, 22, 28, 2023

Sample size Determination - April 8, 2022
Survey Design Using Qualtrics - April 7, 2022
Mapping the Census with R - April 5, 2022
Introduction to Linear Regression in R - April 1, 2022 
Introduction to R - March 31, 2022
Creating Web Maps with ArcGIS Online - March 29, 2022
What Statistical Analysis Method Should I Use? - March 25, 2022
Introduction to SPSS - March 24, 2022
Introduction to GIS with ArcGIS Pro - March 22, 2022

Getting Started with STATA - Friday, January 22, 2020
Guidance for Analyzing 2016 Census Microdata - Friday, January 29, 2020
Research Data Management at the University of Windsor - Friday, February 5, 2020
Introduction to R - Wednesday, February 10, 2020
Mapping the Census with R - Thursday, February 11, 2020
Introduction to Linear Regression in R - Friday, February 12, 2020
Introduction to Data Visualization in R Using ggplot2 - Thursday, February 18, 2020
Discovering Data for Your Research - Friday, February 26, 2020
Survey Design and Analysis Using Qualtrics - Thursday, March 11, 2020
Introduction to SAS - Friday, March 19, 2020
Introduction to GIS with ArcGIS Pro - Wednesday, April 7, 2020
Creating Web Maps with ArcGIS Online - Thursday, April 15, 2020

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