Lab Consultant Phone: 935-5866
The Arts & Sciences Computing Lab is located in the lower level of Seigle Hall, room 012. It is intended for the general computing needs of students, faculty, and staff. Lab Consultants staff the lab during open hours and are there to help with general computing questions.
This lab includes a moderate amount of specialized analysis software. Please see the software list below for details. Social Sciences Computing also offers a Reserved Lab for advanced statistical computing needs.
Please note that SPSS is only installed on Windows Stations 1-3.
Note: The Arts & Sciences Computing Lab has reduced hours in the summer and when classes are not in session, and is closed on university holidays.
(8 Windows 7 computers and 6 iMacs)
Software (PC): 7-Zip, Adobe Reader, Adobe Shockwave Player, ArcGIS, Audacity, CefaTool, Clavis Sinica 3, CyberLink PowerDVD 5.1, EndNote 7, ERDAS IMAGINE, EViews, Fathom, FileZilla, Firefox, GIMP, Google Chrome, Google Earth, Japanese the Spoken Language, Kompozer, Macromedia Authorware Player, Mathcad 8 Pro, MatLab 2006B, Microsoft Office 2016, MiKTeX, MinGW, MPlus Demo Editor, NVU, R, Rasmol, Real Player, Roxio, SAS, Skype, SPSS (only on machines #1-3), SSH, Stat/Transfer, Stata , TeXnicCenter, VLC, WinBUGS
Software (Mac): 7zX, Adobe Reader, Adobe Shockwave Player, Audacity, Automator, DropBox, FileZilla, Firefox, FontBook, GarageBand, GIMP, Google Chrome, Google Earth, iMovie, iPhoto, iTunes, Kompozer, Microsoft Office 2016, Quicktime Player, R, Skype, SSH, Stat/Transfer 13, Stata 14, VLC