Campus R Resources

PICSciE

https://researchcomputing.princeton.edu/

Workshops

Research Consultations

Computing Resources

PICScie is the Princeton Institute for Computational Science and Engineering. PICSciE brings faculty and researchers across campus from diverse backgrounds together, and offers state of the art computing and visualization facilities. In addition to their facilities, PICSciE offers a series of workshops on scientific computing topics, including using R and data visualization.

For more information on the training offered by PICSciE, visit https://researchcomputing.princeton.edu/education/training 

Stokes Viz-Hub

Workshops

Computing Resources

Located in Stokes Library, the Viz-Hub offers workshops and lectures, and also provides an E-Classroom with computing resources available to use by students and faculty.

You can view and sign-up for Viz-Hub workshops at https://libguides.princeton.edu/c.php?g=961088&p=6940520

DSS

https://dss.princeton.edu/

Research Consultations

Computing Resources

Data and Statistical Services (DSS) is located in Firestone Library and provides consultation and expert advising for students, faculty, and staff at Princeton looking for data and working with statistical tools and data visualization. In addition to consulting services, the DSS also provides computing resources custom tailored to support statistical and data work.

DSS consultation is available by appointment. To learn more, visit https://dss.princeton.edu/.

DSS does not provide assistance with homework assignments, problem sets, or take-home exams.

Digital Learning Lab

https://mcgrawdll.princeton.edu/

Computing Resources

The Digital Learning Lab (DLL), located in Lewis Science Library, provides access to a collaborative working space and powerful computing resources loaded with statistical and data analysis tools. The DLL is open to students seeking a space to do data work on campus as well as faculty in need of a high-tech teaching space. With wall-length and moveable whiteboards, front and back multi-screen projection, and wireless screen sharing, the DLL is a flexible teaching and collaborative space.

The DLL is available as a working space on a drop-in basis whenever it is not reserved for workshops or classes. You can check the calendar to view availability at https://mcgrawdll.princeton.edu/calendar/.

To use the DLL to conduct a class session or workshop, submit a request here: https://mcgrawdll.princeton.edu/contact

Office of Population Research

https://pop.princeton.edu

Workshops

The Office of Population Research (OPR) develops and presents workshops based on the needs of OPR graduate students, and also offers workshops that are open to the entire Princeton community of grad students, postdocs, staff and faculty. All workshop materials (slides, R scripts, data files) are available to anyone, everywhere.

The OPR workshop web page is at https://pop.princeton.edu/graduate-program/current-phd-students/workshops