Resources at Emory

There are many units across Emory that can assist you with data analysis—from locating and preparing data, to getting access to software and computing resources, and learning more about research methods:

  • Data Services from Emory Libraries: for help with quantitative and geospatial data.
  • Biostatistics Consulting Center: offers comprehensive statistical consultation and computational services to faculty, staff, and students at the Rollins School of Public Health, other divisions of the Woodruff Health Sciences Center, and throughout Emory University.
  • Emory Integrated Core Facilities: for help accessing resources from Emory’s many core facilities supporting advanced instruments and technologies.
  • Emerson Center for Scientific Computation: provides high-end computational facilities and expertise to the computationally-oriented scientific research at Emory.
  • Institute for Quantitative Theory & Methods (QuanTM): supports the teaching, learning, and use of quantitative analysis across all disciplines at Emory University.
  • Student Digital Life: provides access to software, including licensed statistical packages, for undergraduate and graduate students at Emory.
  • University IT Services and Research Solutions: provides products and services to help researchers collect data, manage research laboratory and specimen data, and analyze significant volumes of data through high performance computing. Analysis tools supported include: 
    • LabKey: a "biology-aware" data integration platform for analyzing and sharing complex biomedical data. Emory's Enterprise LabKey Server is a highly customized platform which can help define new data types, customize collection methods, and design workflows for individual environments.
    • Tableau: analyze and visualize your data with Emory's supported implementations of Tableau Desktop and Server.
    • TARDIS: Emory’s locally hosted supercomputing cluster for high performance computing (HPC).