- R (Free):
- Eclipse with StatET (Free): This is the user interface that I use for R. I also have copies of Tinn-R and JGR that I don't use.
- G Power 3 (Free): User-friendly power analysis software.
- SPSS and Amos: I try to do all analyses in R but most researchers that I consult use SPSS.
- I have, but rarely use, MLWin for multilevel models (I prefer R); and UciNet for social network analysis (I prefer R).
- Publish or Perish (free): Anne-Wil Harzing's software for acessing Google Scholar and doing bibliometric research
- Visual Studio.Net: I use VB.net to program some of my experiments.
- Inquisit : Inquisit is great way to run online experiments particularly if you want
- Endnote 12: References manager.
- Notepad++: I use this to edit some text files.
- MS Office 2007:
- Adobe Acrobat Professional
- Cute PDF (Free): A free PDF maker.
- Google Chrome (Free): I mainly use Google Chrome.
- Firefox (Free): For the occasional site that does not work with Google Chrome, I have Firefox.
- Faststone Image Viewer (Free): A good image viewer program. It also has features for batch conversion.
- UltraMon: I run a dual monitor setup. This software is well worth the small cost.
- Jing (Free for basic version): Maria H. Andersen from Teaching College Math put me on to this. I use it to get screen captures.
- Freemind (Free): Mind mapping software.
- Gimp (Free): I use this for image manipulation.
- WinKey (Free): A program for creating short cut keys.
- WinRAR: For working with zip and other compressed files.
- K-lite codec pack (Free): To ensure that videos and audio files work
- Google Reader