Updated versions of ChemBioDraw Ultra, MATLAB and NVivo are now available on Information Technology Service’s Software Center.
ChemBioDraw Ultra 14 is available as a free download to students, staff and faculty members using Windows or Macintosh machines. Use ChemBioDraw to create accurate, chemically-aware drawings that help speed discovery and publication. With the integration of SciFinder, users may now easily search the world’s top chemical database from within ChemBioDraw Ultra, saving time and boosting productivity.
MATLAB R2014a is available as a free download to faculty and staff members using Windows, Macintosh or Linux machines. It is distributed as a shared-use license controlled by a license manager.
For undergraduate, graduate and professional students, MATLAB R2014a TAH is available. The software is compatible with Windows, Macintosh and Linux machines and does not require a network connection to a license server.
MATLAB is a high-level language and interactive environment for numerical computation, visualization and programming. With MATLAB, users can analyze data, develop algorithms and create models and applications.
NVivo 10 for Macintosh machines is now available in addition to the Windows version of the program. NVivo allows users to collect, organize and analyze content from interviews, focus group discussions and surveys. With the latest version, users may leverage the software for data pertaining to social media, YouTube and Web pages.
Users must have an active Internet connection and KeyServer, a software license management tool, to run NVivo 10. KeyServer will be installed automatically if it is not present on the machine when the software is downloaded.