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Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
How do I install ArcGIS Software?
ArcGIS Desktop Software can be downloaded by clicking here
Please view the Install instructions PDF at the link for license information, or contact Research Computing or the Dartmouth College Library for assistance. More information is also at this library guide: https://researchguides.dartmouth.edu/gis/software
Does ArcGIS run on a Mac?
ArcGIS software does not currently run on the Mac OS. Mac users can install a “virtual machine” and run Windows inside their Mac OS, or they can use an open-source GIS software package such as QGIS.
QGIS can be downloaded and installed from their site: https://www.qgis.org/en/site/
What is a good GIS option for the Mac?
QGIS is a good option for Mac Computers. It is an open-source application similar to ArcGIS Desktop.
What are options for online GIS?
Dartmouth College has an “ArcGIS Online” enterprise GIS system. You can log in with your Dartmouth NetID and password at the following link:
Please contact Research Computing or the Dartmouth College Library if you have questions about ArcGIS Online.
Another option is Google Maps. With a Gmail account, users can log in to Google’s “MyMaps” application and work with spatial data in the Google Maps environment.
Life Science Informatics
I have a question about Life Science / Bio- Informatics…
Research Computing offers numerous software, licenses, and Life Science Informatics tools and services. Please contact Christian Darabos directly for more information.
How do I specify which cell my job will run on?
In you PBS script, you can specify the which features, such as which cell or architecture you want your jobs to run on, examples can be found below:
#PBS -l feature=intel #PBS -l feature=cellk #PBS -l feature=cellm the "intel" feature will allow your job to run on any "intel" architecture (cells H-M), 'cellX' will run your job on the specified cell (X replaced by the cell letter)
How can I install Matlab?
Dartmouth has a site license for Matlab and here is the download page https://caligari.dartmouth.edu/downloads/matlab/.
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