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Statistical Software

SPSS is a comprehensive statistics package for the social sciences.

 

ABS Video Tutorial

Navigating and searching the ABS website    

This tutorial aims to help you find your way around the ABS website and introduce you to some different ways of searching the website.

 

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Welcome to the University of Newcastle Library's

Statistics Research Guide

Statistics provide important information that informs research and decision making in our society. As part of your studies you may need to find, access and use statistical data.

Use the above tabs to find information on who collects statistics, how to search for statistics in books, journal articles and on the web, and how to access the Australian Bureau of Statistics and Census data.

Related Subject Research Guide - Mathematics

 

Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS)

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) is the government agency responsible for the collection of statistics in Australia. They collect, collate and report on data from the Census of Population and Housing, from surveys, and from other government agencies.

The ABS collects and makes available statistics covering the economy, people, health, environment & energy, regions and industry.

Using statistics in your assignments can strengthen your argument by providing supporting evidence for your work.

The following online video tutorials from the Australian Bureau of Statistics are useful for helping you understand and access ABS data:

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