• Fixing Gerrymandering with Geometry: A Tufts workshop draws on cutting-edge math research and GIS to help make our political system more fair. Moon Duchin, an associate professor of mathematics, started the Metric Geometry and Gerrymandering Group (MGGG). To Learn more about the MGGG team, visit: https://sites.tufts.edu/gerrymandr/ Photo: Alonso Nichols/Tufts University

  • On the Trail of Boston’s Black History

    On the Trail of Boston’s Black History: Inspired by a beloved professor, an interactive map catalogs African-American historical sites at Tufts and Greater Boston

  • See the winners of Tufts 2017 GIS Poster Expo! Photo by Kyle Monahan

  • Senior GIS Specialist, Carolyn Talmadge, and former Lab Assistant, Maddy Wrable, review a GIS Poster.

  • Fall Workshop Series presented by the Data Lab, Digital Design Studio, Tisch Library & Ginn Library

The Data Lab (formerly known as the GIS Center) is a new teaching and research computing lab designed to foster collaboration and innovation across all campuses and departments. The Data Lab provides methodological and technological service and support for data reference, analysis, and visualization for both geospatial and non-geospatial applications.

The Data Lab consists of a computing lab, a collaborative space, and an instructional classroom. We offer a wide range of services to the Tufts community and are equipped with specialized hardware and software. The Data Lab is staffed with Student Lab Assistants, and is open for walk-in assistance and resources, group collaboration, workshops and classes, along with more advanced GIS and statistical consultations.

Data Lab Calendar

This calendar shows the Data Lab Assistant Schedule in addition to the Data Lab Classroom Schedule. You can toggle between or choose to only show 1 calendar in the upper right hand corner of the calendar.

This service is provided through a collaboration between Tufts Technology Services (TTS), Tisch Library, and Ginn Library.