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…
ENVI is a remote sensing software used for processing and analyzing geospatial imagery. ENVI software combines spectral image processing and image…
Analytics and predictive modeling tool for scientists and engineers.
A one-stop search for Tufts library holdings, including books, e-books, videos, images, articles, and digital media.
Research data management system that provides electronic lab notebook functionality for research projects, data, and collaboration.
A software package used by mathematicians, engineers, and scientists to perform symbolic and numerical computing tasks.
A software package used by engineers, economists, mathematicians, and scientists to perform a range of specific technical computing tasks.
A software package used to perform a range of specific technical computing tasks, including matrix manipulations, plotting of functions and data,…
Project management and collaboration tool that integrates with other Microsoft products.
Analyze qualitative, unstructured data and share your findings.
Provides scientific graphing, nonlinear regression, understandable statistics, and data organization.
A web-based tool for creating and conducting online surveys. (Similar to SurveyMonkey, Google Forms)
Scientific graphing and data analysis platform for engineers and scientists.
Provides solutions for non-linear problems, large-scale linear dynamics applications, and routine design simulations.
Get access to the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) high-performance computing services, resources, and accounts.