WORK IN PROGRESS
Computing and information technology is managed separate from the Economics Department, with services provided by various centralized units or labs. The following provides a guide to computing services, as well as the appropriate email and/or contact.
Desktop Support (hardware and software support)
Campus Shared Services
See bMail Migration.
- Configuring Exceed for tunnelling via SSH - How to run graphical Unix applications on Windows machines
- Instructions for adding EML (616 Evans) printers
Quick Links to departmental and central campus computing resources.
Econometrics Laboratory, a Unix-based scientific computational facility dedicated to computationally intensive econometrics and statistics.
Econometrics Laboratory Software Archive, a repository of experimental algorithms, data sets, working papers, and other information resources.
Field Research Offices, Graduate Student facilities for PC-based word processing, spreadsheets, and network applications.
Non-departmental facilities of particular interest to economists
XLab (Experimental Social Science Laboratory), a mobile Wintel facility for computer-based experiments.
Although not a computing resource, many electronic databases are available via the Thomas J. Long Business and Economics Library.