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Analytics: Getting Started
A guide to resources supporting students who are in various analytic, business intelligence, and strategic management courses.
Welcome to the Analytics Research Guide. Use the tabs to navigate the resources. Items included here range from academic journals, industry analysis, data and software resources, reference materials and news sources.
For immediate help, use one of our Ask a Librarian options. You can also contact me for appointments and one on one research consultations using the 'Email Me' button below.
Check out more general resources below, or click on one of the tabs above to get started!
Scholar OneSearch can be a great place to start your research. Search results include books (both print and electronic), articles, videos, data sets, and more.
Getting started: General Business Resources
Tackling a new topic?
A lot of getting started with analytics is figuring out what kind of information you need. Each tab contains information and links to regularly used resources by students, faculty, and other researchers interested in business analytics and related topics. Below is a starting point to some of our most popular business resources.
Indexing for 2,300 periodicals covering a full range of business topics; includes peer reviewed plus trade and industry publications. Useful for researching business-related aspects of computers and information technology.
Data on over 60,000 topics from over 18,000 sources categorized into 21 market sectors. Statista provides access to quantitative data on media, business, finance, politics, and a wide variety of other areas of interest or markets