Yugma is an online web conferencing software that allows you to hold meetings or seminars by sharing the display in your screen. I find this useful when you would want to demonstrate to your viewers how a process is done, for example: how a Statistical Model is constructed.
Here is a tutorial to Yugma:
There are several online survey programs available in the web. My preferred software is Survey Gizmo because it has no limit to the number of questions you can ask and there is no limit to the number of respondents you can have (some online programs have a fixed limit for free accounts).
Although some of the features in Survey Gizmo are only available to those who subscribe to a basic account, the available features in a free account are enough to make a professional looking survey that is accessible and available to anyone.
What I like the most in Survey Gizmo is that it has tools that will allow you to test your survey as well as to simulate respondents through an online bot program.
To learn more about Survey Gizmo, check out this tutorial:
Stata is a Statistical Program designed for Social Sciences, Biostatistics, and Econometrics.
In terms of difficulty, I would place it at the Intermediate scale since it still has point and click commands that is beginner friendly and it also has a coding component for advanced functions.
Here is how to do a simple analysis using Stata.
SPSS is a Statistical Analysis software known for its simplicity. Because of its point and click interface, it is perhaps the easiest of the Statistical programs to use.
If you would like to use a preliminary data analysis, I would recommend using SPSS to beginners.
Here is a tutorial on how to do a basic statistical analysis on SPSS.
Skype is a handy software especially if you would like to contact your friends and family through a video call. All that is needed is an Internet Connection and you can be in touch with anyone, wherever, whenever!
Here is a tutorial for using Skype
Piktochart is an online program that is similar to the likes of Photoshop or Illustrator. But being an online program, it has the advantage of being available to edit and/ or publish anywhere so long as you have an Internet connection.
I particularly like Piktochart because of its simplicity and accessibility especially when I would have to create Infographics or Presentations for my Statistical Tables and Graphs
Here is a tutorial on Piktochart
There are times when taking Screenshots can’t be done using PRTSC because the Clipboard gets locked. One solution to this problem is through a software called Jing.
Another feature of Jing is that you can select the area of your screen that you would like to capture a screenshot off (In short: you already get to crop your screenshot!)
Here is a tutorial on how to use Jing