The OHSU Library has provided information about the availability of commonly asked for software packages listed below. Please use the provided technical support links for each product if you need assistance with installation or have other questions.
If you have other software you would like licensed by OHSU, the Library relies on OHSU ITG for centralized software licensing or the Provost’s Office regarding funding for institutional licensing for academic-related software such as SPSS and SAS. Requests of other software should be submitted to the Academic Technology Work Group of the Academic and Student Affairs Committee.
If you have a purchase request for the Library, please use our Submit a Purchase form.
Licensing is limited to OHSU students and employees only.
OHSU offers some software titles and support, including Microsoft Office. Please go to: https://o2.ohsu.edu/information-technology-group/software/ for more information.
Licensing is limited to OHSU students and employees only.
EndNote is bibliographic management software that allows users to manage citations in personal libraries and create bibliographies based on a number of available journal or writing styles. Please go to: http://libguides.ohsu.edu/endnote.
Windows and Mac
Licensing limited to OHSU students and employees only
SPSS Statistics is a software package used for statistical analysis. It is available for OHSU students and employees for both work and personal computers. The software is licensed only for academic purposes. Please note this this program is also available for use on general computers in both the BICC and LRC.
If you are installing SPSS for a class you are taking, please confirm that your instructor has contacted the Library at: email@example.com.
Please contact SPSS at 1-800-426-7378 for installation help and technical assistance.
- Download SPSS Installer:
- Windows computers: to download the SPSS installer using your OHSU credentials choose one of the following links:
- Mac computers: to download the SPSS installer using your OHSU credentials choose one of the following links:
- Install SPSS:
- After you have downloaded SPSS you will need to install it. For help, please follow the instructions found at this link.
- Authorizing/Renewing SPSS License:
- Codes valid for 09/20/2019 - 10/31/2020
- License renews once a year
- Be sure to select "Authorized user license" when using the License Authorization Wizard
- Click on a link below, copy and paste full code into the License Authorization Wizard
SPSS System Requirements: Please check this webpage to see if your system is supported to run SPSS.
Licensing limited to OHSU employees and students only
SAS Statistics is a software package used for statistical analysis. OHSU licenses the Windows version only. It is available for OHSU employees and students. The software is licensed only for academic purposes. Please note this this program is also available for use on general computers in both the BICC and LRC.
Please contact SAS at: 1-800-727-0025 for installation help and technical assistance.
You will need:
- The OHSU Site Number is available from this link: OHSUSiteNumber.txt.
- SAS software release
- Operating system
- Description of your problem
Obtaining SAS Software: A USB drive with the latest SAS repoz is available for checkout at the Library Service Desk in the BICC.
Installing SAS: Please follow these instructions
License Files: SIDs valid for August 14th, 2019 - August 14th, 2020 (follow instructions below for usage):
To obtain the latest SAS license, use the following links (be sure to use the correct file for your specific computer's operating system):
- Download the ZIP archive containing the SAS version you are attempting to license:
SAS 9.3 Windows 32-Bit: Use license file "SAS93_9C7FKJ_70009216_Win_Wrkstn.txt" from SAS93_Renewal_14AUG2020.zip
SAS 9.3 Windows 64-Bit: Use license file "SAS93_9C7FKJ_70081284_Win_X64_Wrkstn.txt" from SAS93_Renewal_14AUG2020.zip
SAS 9.3 Windows Server 64-Bit: Use license file "SAS93_9C7FKJ_70132158_Win_X64_Srv.txt" from SAS93_Renewal_14AUG2020.zip
SAS 9.4 Windows 32-Bit: Use license file "SAS94_9C7FKH_70009216_Win_Wrkstn.txt" from SAS94_Renewal_14AUG2020.zip
SAS 9.4 Windows 64-Bit: Use license file "SAS94_9C7FKH_70081284_Win_X64_Wrkstn.txt" from SAS94_Renewal_14AUG2020.zip
SAS 9.4 Window Server 64-Bit: Use license file "SAS94_9C7FKH_70132158_Win_X64_Srv.txt" from SAS94_Renewal_14AUG2020.zip
- Uncompress the ZIP archive and select the correct SID License file when asked by the Renew SAS Software utility (For help on how to Unzip a file in Windows please read the Zip and unzip instructions).
- For more information on using the Renew utility and how to apply license files to your SAS deployment please read the license file renewal instructions.
SAS System Requirements: Please check SAS support site to see if your system is supported to run SAS.
SAS Bridge for Esri - Release 3.6 for ArcGIS 10.1
SAS® Bridge for Esri combines the power of SAS with the spatial analysis and cartographic capabilities of Esri's ArcGIS suite. With the depth and breadth of both SAS and Esri, customers are better equipped to explore, understand, analyze and deliver sound spatially-enabled business intelligence.
The SAS Bridge for Esri is a point-and-click interface between ArcGIS 10 and Base SAS® and provides foundation level linkage between the two platforms. .NET classes are provided for customers to develop their own interface and applications. The SAS Bridge for Esri allows for the import and export of both attribute and coordinate data from point, line, polygon, and raster features from ArcGIS to SAS.
Note: This software is intended as a replacement for an existing earlier version of SAS Bridge for Esri. Do not use this software to perform a new installation of SAS Bridge for Esri on a machine on which it has not been installed previously.
Download Link: SAS Bridge for Esri - Release 3.6 for ArcGIS 10.1
File Size: 1.1 GB
Release Date: 2013-04
Read Me: PDF
RStudio is a free and open-source integrated development environment (IDE) for R (GNU S), a programming language for statistical computing and graphics. It is very similar to the S system and is capable of a wide variety of analytical tasks such as: linear and nonlinear modelling, statistical tests, time series analysis, classification, and clustering. It runs on most platforms and is a great tool for those supporting Open Science. For more information, please visit: https://www.rstudio.com/.
Adobe Creative Cloud provides users access to a variety of software used for graphic design, video editing and web development.
At this time, Adobe CC is available on one computer on the 4th floor of the OHSU Library at the BICC (the 24-Hour Space).
NVivo (produced by QSR International) is a software program used for qualitative and mixed-methods research. Specifically, it is used for the analysis of unstructured text, audio, video, and image data, including (but not limited to) interviews, focus groups, surveys, social media, and journal articles.
At this time, NVivo is available on one computer on the 4th floor of the OHSU Library at the BICC (the 24-Hour Space).
ATLAS.ti is a qualitative data analysis and management tool that helps users to systematically arrange, reassemble, and manage large bodies of textual, graphical, audio and video data.
At this time, ATLAS.ti is available on one computer on the 4th floor of the OHSU Library at the BICC (the 24-Hour Space).