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Stokes Viz Hub

The Stokes Visualization Hub is a space and service, that responds to the evolving digital research, data visualization, and qualitative analysis needs of the Princeton Students and Faculty, with a focus on SPIA and the related social sciences.

Stokes Viz Hub Access and Hours

Due to COVID-19 the classroom is currently closed. If needed computers could be accessed remotely.  Please check the "Remote Access" page for instructions. Workshops and consultations are held virtually.

Classroom Details

Guidelines

Equipment:

  • 9 Dell personal computers
  • 2 Apple Mac computers
  • Instructor's station (can be configured with additional specialized client software for demonstration purposes)
  • Data projector to project image from instructor's workstation
  • Projection screen
  • 1 HP LaserJet 5100dtn network printer
  • Whiteboard walls

Workstation and Instructor Station Software:

  • Statistical: STATA, RStudio, SPSS, SAS, MATLAB
  • Qualitative analysis: NVivo (on 5 computers), QDAMinerLite
  • Other:  ArcGISPro, Oxygen XML, Python (Mac computers only), Zotero
  • Voyager client software
  • Standard Microsoft Office applications

This is a partial list. Contact piaprlib@princeton.edu  to check for other software or to request additional applications for training purposes.

Responsibilities of Trainers:

  • Turn on the computers and projection equipment (if required).
  • Log into computers with Library Web Computer login (login information is posted on each device).
  • Close all applications and log off all workstations at the end of each class.
  • Turn off projection equipment at the end of each class.
  • Return all chairs to their proper location at the computer tables and pick up garbage.
  • Erase the whiteboard walls
  • Leave lights on, door unlocked and open.

For special needs or problems in scheduling, contact the Stokes Library (258-5658)