Digital Science Center Software List
The Digital Science Center provides a wide range of software to support research and coursework in several science and engineering disciplines. All of the software below is available for use on the computers located in the Science & Engineering Library, and some is also available for download and use on personal computers.
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These programs are used to input, edit, manipulate, and publish audio and video recordings.
These programs will be useful when collecting and organizing references in order to create bibliographies.
These programs are used to draw molecular structures in two- and three-dimensions, to analyze chemical spectra, to model biological behavior, and to produce visualizations of chemical and biological data. You can also organize your research with an electronic lab notebook.
These programs are used to interact with contacts in real-time and to access files on remote computers.
These programs are used to design document layouts, webpages, and to manipulate two- and three-dimensional images.
These programs are useful for the visualization of various types of geospatial data.
These programs are useful for organizing, analyzing, and interpreting statistical data.
Math, Physics, Engineering
These programs are used to render computer-aided designs, to model mathematical equations, and to generate documents using the LaTeX language.
These programs are used for general productivity, including word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, and databasing.
These are a few web browsers and compression/decompression tools.
Looking for something else?
In addition to the software available in the Digital Science Center, several other sites on campus have extensive software to support research and coursework:
- Butler Media Center
- Digital Humanities Center
- Digital Social Science Center
- Data Service @ DSSC
- CUIT Computing Labs
- Botwinick Computing Lab @ SEAS
- Gussman Lab (Engineering Terrace 251) @ SEAS