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Statistics Dashboard: Welcome


Welcome to the Statistics department library dashboard. The dashboard provides quick links to the resources you need to succeed in your course. Whether you are online or on-Grounds, UVA Library services and support are available to all students. 

Your Librarian

Your librarian is Erich Purpur.

Each school at UVA is assigned a research librarian. Connect with Erich for help with your assignments. This service is available to all Statistics students, and meeting with a librarian early in your research process can help you save time and get a better grade.

Erich can help with: learning how to use the Library online, brainstorming your research topic, developing your search strategy, capstone/thesis/dissertation planning, identifying relevant databases/journals for your literature reviews, tracking down resources, and citation management.  Erich can meet with you in-person or online via Zoom.

Sign Up for Library events

Sign up for Library orientations, workshops, and events with our online calendar. UVA Library programming is offered in-person and online.

Search for academic articles

Academic databases contain peer-reviewed articles, scientific papers, reports, and more. These are the most used databases for your field of study.

Research Support - StatLab

The UVA Library StatLab provides free consulting and training to UVA students, faculty, and staff. StatLab can help with the following:

  • Statistical analysis
  • Cleaning and wrangling data
  • Selecting an appropriate statistical model
  • Data Visualization (plotting or graphing)
  • 1 on 1 training with statistical software
  • Debugging or resolving code issues

To set up an appointment, email us at We can work with you in person, over zoom, or via email. Walk-in Hours are available during the fall and spring semesters

Help me with APA citations

For most courses in EHD our preferred citation style is American Psychological Association (APA): 7th Edition. APA Style is used by writers in many disciplines around the world for concise, powerful, and persuasive scholarly communication.