The Engineering Machine Shop provides support for 3D printing and other machining needs. Fees may apply.
The US National Science Foundation's XSEDE supercomputer, Bridges, supports data analytics using Spark, Hadoop and SparkR.
Data center space is available to meet the needs of campus researchers.
Galaxy is an open, web-based platform for accessible, reproducible, and transparent computational biomedical research.
Globus Online is available.
High performance computing (HPC) accelerates the process of discovery for research that involves computationally-intensive problems.
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The Interactive Data Analytics Service supports large-scale and collaborative data analytics using interactive tools such as RStudio for R and Jupyter Notebook for Python, R, and Julia.
REDCap is a secure web platform for building and managing online databases and surveys. Its streamlined process for rapidly creating and designing projects offers a vast array of tools that can be tailored to virtually any data collection strategy.
There are several file storage options available to researchers depending on needs.
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The Research Remote Desktop Service (RRDS) provides a Windows virtual desktop environment through which users can remotely access research data (Level 1, 2, and 3) and pre-installed analysis software.
Specialized consultation for research computing, storage, compliance, grant development, data analysis, and more.
The SBGrid Consortium is a group that maintains an extensive set of applications to support structural biology research.
The Secure Device Service is designed to simplify meeting the NIST 800-171 regulations for research project computer security by providing pre-setup, secured laptops or workstations managed by ITS.
UI BioShare provides researchers access to a single software application to manage and house both research subject and sample data. It allows for lab/repository privacy and security while providing a single location for prospective collaborators.