Software collection for graphic design, photography, video editing, and web development.
Engineering simulation software used to model and manipulate a range of values to analyze and, potentially, predict real-world behaviors.
ArcGIS Desktop and ArcGIS Online are the industry standard GIS software for users to create maps, perform spatial analysis, and manage data, and…
Store, access, and share content securely at Tufts and beyond. (Similar to: Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive)
Software package used by engineers and scientists to perform multiphysics modeling and simulation tasks.
A cloud-based backup service to back up computer files in a secure online setting in the event of hard drive failure, malware, or other loss of…
Search online bibliographic databases, organize references, and create bibliographies for scholarly and research paper writing.
ENVI is a remote sensing software used for processing and analyzing geospatial imagery. ENVI software combines spectral image processing and image…
An online geospatial data repository you can use to search, discover, preview, interact with, and download data from university repositories.
Research data management system that provides electronic lab notebook functionality for research projects, data, and collaboration.
A suite of word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and email software that is available for free to Tufts students, faculty, and staff.
Scientific graphing and data analysis platform for engineers and scientists.
Analytics and data visualization in a web-based interface.
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Numerical Simulation and Visualization software used to analyze complex data, arrange multiple layouts, and…
Organize and visualize interconnected information with this concept mapping application.
Create a secure and private connection to the Tufts network from off-campus locations using the Cisco AnyConnect application.
Provides Internet access to Tufts students, faculty, and staff at participating institutions worldwide.
Create simple websites—ideal for blogs, portfolios, and projects. (Similar to: Drupal, Google Sites, Medium, Squarespace)