The recently dedicated Albert & Charlotte Anderson Sociology Analytics Laboratory supports faculty and students conducting social research. The lab provides resources to support field research, including qualitative interviewing, focus groups, and community surveys. The lab also provides resources and instruction in the analysis of social data, including social survey data, ethnographic data, administrative and procedural data, and opportunity data such as social media and geospatial trace data. Students working in the lab not only have a contemporary space to learn and engage in the practice of social research, but also have access to a wide rage of tools commonly used in social research. These include data management and statistical analysis software such as R, SAS, Stata, and SPSS, visualization software like Tableau and JMP, geospatial software such as ArcGIS and QGIS, and NVivo for the analysis of ethnographic and other textual data.