The library provides a variety of general and specialized software which you may find useful. We also have a more general description of computing in the Library.
- Adobe Acrobat for creating advanced, full featured PDFs is available on the four computers with scanners in the library. Ask at the service desk.
- Adobe Elements Photoshop is available on on the four computers with scanners on the first floor of the library. Ask at the service desk.
- Atlas TI (Student or Trial Version) This software is designed to detect patterns in textual data and is used for qualitative research. It is useful for finding trends and repeated themes gathered in interviews or focus groups.
Notes about the Trial version:
The trial version of ATLAS.ti 5 has no expiration date. It is fully functional except for the following limitations:
It is not possible to save projects that exceed a certain size, although you can open and use projects of any size.
10 Primary Documents of unlimited size
100 Quotations (= data segments)
10 Network Views
Auto recovery backup is disabled
- EndNote XV is available on the VMWare client workstations in the library. (10 simultaneous users)
- Microsoft Office is available on library workstations. It is not currently available to students for personal PCs or Macs via site license at AMC. If you would like to purchase your own copy of Microsoft Office, try a software vendor that offers educational discounts, such as Academic Superstore. or through the Anschutz Medical Campus Bookstore.
- SAS and SPSS are available to AMC students, faculty, and staff in some of the AMC computer labs in locations other than the library. SPSS statistical software is available on the VMWare client workstations in the library (5 simultaneous users). Ask at the service desk for more information.
- Visible Human Dissector (VHD) can be helpful in creating anatomical images for illustration. VHD is available on the four computers with scanners in the library . Ask at the service desk for directions.