USNH Academic Software Applications


This article features various USNH-supported software applications and how to use them.


Enterprise Technology & Services and various academic departments have purchased several software packages for use by the entire campus or collaborate together on purchases of licenses. These applications are being used by faculty and students to enhance existing courses through the use of computer technology.

Many of these applications are available from central servers run by IT staff. The software can be used by any person on the campus whose computer meets the specifications for the particular application. In addition, you must have a properly configured campus network connection to your computer. Wired Ethernet connections on campus as well as the "eduroam" wireless network meet this requirement.

The "Open" network and off-campus access to the Internet are not sufficient to access and use most of these programs. For wireless, please switch to the "eduroam" network instead. If you are off-campus, you must connect via the USNH network VPN . Off-campus connections also require a suitably fast Internet connection such as DSL or cable modem. If you have questions about network connections, please contact the IT Help Desk at 603-862-4242.

Available Applications

Use the links in the Windows, Macintosh, and Unix columns to access installation and use instructions that particular program and platform.

Program Description/Uses Windows Macintosh Unix
Amos Structural equation modeling Amos 26 See Below N/A
ArcGIS Geographic information systems and mapping ArcGIS Desktop See Below N/A
JMP Statistical analysis and graphing JMP 16 JMP 16 N/A
Logger Pro Data collection and analysis Logger Pro 3.15 Logger Pro 3.15 N/A
LabVIEW Data aquisition, system design & control LabVIEW
(UNH login required for access)
(UNH login required for access)
(UNH login required for access)
Maple Mathematics and computation system Maple 2019 Maple 2019 Maple 2019
Mathematica Mathematics and computation system Mathematica 12.0 Mathematica 12.0 Mathematica 12.0
MATLAB and Simulink Mathematics and computation system, modeling, programming MATLAB
(UNH login required for access)
(UNH login required for access)
(UNH login required for access)
Mnova Analytical chemistry Mnova Installation Mnova Installation Mnova Installation
NVivo Qualitative analysis Nvivo Licensing
(Requires license purchase)
Nvivo Licensing
(Requires license purchase)
Odyssey Virtual chemistry laboratory Odyssey 6 Odyssey 6 N/A
Office Suite of productivity, communications, and design tools (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc) Office Office N/A
Qualtrics Web-based application for survey creation and administrator and survey response analysis Qualtrics
Read&Write Assistive technology, text to speech, support tools for reading, writing, research, and studying Read&Write Installation Read&Write Installation N/A
SAS System Data analysis, statistics, and programming SAS 9.4 (TS1M6) See Below N/A
Sibelius Musical annotation and composition Sibelius 2021 Sibelius 2021


Spartan Molecular modeling package Spartan Student 8 Spartan Student 8 N/A
SOLIDWORKS Computer aided design (CAD) and computer aided engineering (CAE) SOLIDWORKS
(UNH login required for access)
SPSS Statistical analysis and graphing SPSS Statistics SPSS Statistics SPSS Statistics
Stata Statistical analysis Small Stata 16 Small Stata 16 N/A
Windows Windows Education operating system Windows 10 Education Can be used in a virtual machine
Pre-configured VirtualBox VM available
Can be used in a virtual machine

Note for Macintosh Users: Although programs like SAS and Small Stata are only licensed by IT for the Windows platform, Macintosh users can use a virtual environment such as Parallels Desktop, VMWare Fusion, or VirtualBox to run Windows on their Macintosh systems or setup a dual-boot environment via BootCamp. A license for the Windows operating system is required, but under our current agreement with Microsoft users are covered to use Windows 10 Education in a virtual machine on a computer you or USNH owns.

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Article ID: 770
Fri 7/19/19 5:35 PM
Mon 3/7/22 12:35 PM
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