The Data Lab computing section has been de-densified for the fall 2020 semester. There are 13 computers available for data-intensive research. Computers do not need to be reserved ahead of time. View the application below to see which computers are available.
Please follow all Tufts’ Covid-19 requirements regarding the use of PPE and social distancing guidelines.
About the Computing Lab Space
The Computing Lab is situated towards the front of the Medford Data Lab and is dedicated to individual and collaborative work at all times. The lab is staffed by student Lab Assistants, and is open for use during the same hours as Tisch Library. Space and computers are available on a first come, first serve basis.
The Computing Lab consists of two areas: 1) the Collaborative Space and 2) a section of work stations for individual use. The Collaborative Space is a flexible and transformable area intended to meet the needs of multiple groups or individuals.
The Computing Lab is equipped with:
- 19 – Windows 10 Desktops with 24″ LCD Monitors
- 1 – Dell Precision Tower (6C, 3.5GHz), 64GB RAM, NVIDIA Quadro 8GB Video Card.
- 2 – Fixed Collaborative Stations running Windows 10 with 43″ LCD Monitors
- 1 – Mobile Collaborative Station running Windows 10 with a 63″ LG Monitor
- “Pay-for-Print” Color Laser Printing
- 42″ HP Z6100 large format printer (plotter)
- 42″ Vidar large format scanner
- Large format paper Trimmer – Rotatrim Professional M54
- 2 Mobile Meeting Tables
- 2 Mobile White Boards
- 2 Mobile Lounge Chairs
- A Book Shelf with multiple resources for GIS and Statistics applications
Please see the Software Section for a complete list of software available in the Data Lab.