Qualtrics is a web-based tool for the creation and distribution of online surveys.
RData is a high performance data storage system which is accessible from any computer connected from Brown's campus network. It is backed up nightly on an incremental basis. All faculty or PI's receive 256GB free allocation. Additional storage may be purchased on an annual or longer term basis.
The Center for Computation and Visualization (CCV) provides both virtual and physical hosting of Linux servers. Virtual hosting is aimed at departments who want access to a server but don't want to purchase or maintain the hardware. Physical hosting requires that the department purchase the hardware but it is located in CCV's machine room.
This service is available for backing up and archiving research data and research computing systems on campus. This service is not available for the backup of administrative and instructional data.
Center for Computation and Visualization (CCV) maintains a large computer cluster for research use. Researchers confronting problems which are too large to solve on a conventional laptop or workstation can obtain a free, exploratory account which allows limited use of the system. Priority use is available for a fee.
System for managing conflict of interest assurance and reporting forms submitted by research faculty.
The Center for Computation and Visualization (CCV) provides high-end visualization services through several facilities including an immersive virtual reality lab called the CAVE. CCV also:
Drop Box is a service for sharing files that are too large for email. It allows for both the sending and receipt of large files using a web interface.
Research administration package which allows users to manage research proposals, grants, human subject and animal protocols.
For the development and delivery of reports from COEUS, see Information Delivery and Reporting.