Cost: Free to Yeshiva’s Einstein medical community. Site License is for Faculty and Staff computers at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine Resnick Campus. Also may be used on a single personal computer by Students for Yeshiva’s Einstein educational purposes only.
Access: Follow the instructions to activate Prism 6 license:
Download Prism 6: http://graphpad.com/apps/index.cfm/register/subscription/ID/13005/subscription/hehcbeoq
Once you are prompted to enter the license key, contact the Helpdesk at 212-960-5294, or #6123 from any campus phone, during business hours.
If you are a Montefiore employee affiliated with Einstein such as a faculty member or conducting research, contact your Einstein Administrator, DBIT or Chair to obtain an Einstein email address. Only users with an Einstein email address will be eligible to register for the software.
Description: GraphPad Prism is scientific 2D graphing and statistics software. Features include statistical guidance for novices, analysis checklists review, nonlinear regression, live links (when data are edited or replaced, Prism automatically updates the results and graphs), and automatic error bars. Raw data (replicates) can be entered, and then plotted as mean with SD, SEM or confidence interval.
For more information visit: http://graphpad.com/prism/Prism.htm.
Cost: Free to YU community. Site License is for Faculty and Staff computers on the YU Campus. Also may be used on a single home computer by Faculty and Staff for YU educational purposes only.
Access: Staff and Faculty, please contact Help Desk at 212-960-5294 or #6123. Laboratory and classroom installations, please contact Academic Computing on your campus.
For home use,users must submit a request to Wolfram Research via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to request a copy of Mathematica. For further information click here.
Description: Mathematica is a high-level technical computing language and interactive environment for algorithm development, data visualization, data analysis, and numeric computation.
If you wish to use MATLAB in the HPC Clusters, please send an email to HPC System Administration: email@example.com.
Cost: There is no cost to the Einstein community.
Access: Please visit http://einstein.yu.edu/research/matlab
For more information visit: http://www.mathworks.com.
R - Statistics
Access: Freely available from a CRAN mirror.
Description: R is an open-source software environment for statistical computing and graphics. It uses a command line interface, but graphical interfaces are also available. For more information visit: http://www.r-project.org.
SPSS - Statistics
The campus-wide free license can be used for teaching and academic research purposes only on YU owned computers on Campus. Administrative usage is not included in the campus-wide license.
Examples of administrative usage include enrollment management, institutional research, and advancement. Any other use including but not limited to university administration and operations is strictly prohibited.
For Faculty installations, please contact Help Desk at 212-960-5294 if SPSS is needed on a YU owned campus computer. For Academic Computing centers and classroom computer installations of SPSS, please contact the Academic Computing office on your campus.
Note: Faculty and students, who would like access to the software from their personal computers, can purchase an IBM SPSS Statistics 22 Grad pack from E-academy. For further information about this package please visit http://www.spss.com/.
Ingenuity Pathway Analysis (IPA)
Vendor: Ingenuity Systems (http://www.ingenuity.com)
Local Contact: Eduardo Zaborowski, Ph.D.
License: Einstein has a 3 concurrent user license.
Access: Go to https://analysis.ingenuity.com/pa/account/signup.html and fill out all required information.
Description: IPA allows the researcher to explore molecular interactions, create custom molecular pathways, and view and modify metabolic, signaling, and toxicological canonical pathways. It can provide layering of additional information, such as drugs, disease genes, expression data, cellular functions and processes, or a researcher’s own genes or chemicals of interest. IPA has an Integration Module allowing experienced programmers to call the IPA application from within other programs.