I'm looking for a service or application that will make it easy for me to allow anyone to browse, analyze, and visualize the results of several large surveys (hundreds of questions, thousands of responses). Nothing overly complex – I'd just like people to be able to do some basic cross-tabulation and analysis of the survey responses. [more inside]
posted by muta
on Jul 3, 2014 -
I sort of know Matlab, R, SPSS, and C. But how do I really learn Matlab, R, SPSS, and C? [more inside]
posted by Nomyte
on Nov 2, 2012 -
Suggestions for text analysis tools, please! Following a short discussion in the Metatalk infodump thread with cortex
, I realized that we'd appreciate suggestions for tools that can analyze text corpora and text files. Thanks! [more inside]
posted by carter
on Dec 12, 2010 -
John Mcphee wrote about a nifty custom word processor in Wired 7.01
that allowed him to code his notes and reassemble them by topic. What other cool, specialized word processors do you know about? [more inside]
posted by mecran01
on Oct 9, 2010 -
Is there a financial software program that would be able to break down a company's quarterly or annual financial report so the information would be more understandable for a layman? I am seeking to enter numbers into this software package and have the software analysis the company financial strength.
posted by Mckoan1
on Feb 12, 2010 -
Is there a piece of software I can use to allow public users to add "connections" between multiple objects/words? I'm thinking of a project that would probably end up looking like the ThinkMap Visual Thesaurus (http://www.visualthesaurus.com/). Any thoughts? [more inside]
posted by sneebler
on Jul 1, 2005 -
Last month in Wired, David Weinberger mentioned
a research project at Stanford that "compares photos with shots of known locations, automatically annotating snaps with information about where they were taken."
Anyone know what he's talking about? I can't seem to turn up any more information about the project.
posted by Jeff Howard
on Nov 30, 2004 -
Stupid annoying WinXP question. I installed an older program I use for data analysis in my lab. Every time I click the start menu it shows up as a newly installed program, despite the fact that I've used it quite a bit. I want it to go away and show up as an old program, not highlighted like a new one. The only help I can find using my formidable Google-Fu is "Turn off new program notification". Well, I don't want to do that; I like to know if something new has been added to my machine. Anyone know how XP marks programs as newly installed, or highlighted, and how to turn this off on an individual entry basis
rather than across the board?
posted by caution live frogs
on Aug 31, 2004 -
What's some good, preferably free software for manipulating TIFF images? [more inside] [more inside]
posted by Jimbob
on Jan 14, 2004 -