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Faculty and staff are should maintain a software inventory list and proof of software purchases for their ECU-managed computer.
MATLAB allows engineers and data scientists to work with large amounts of data in a variety of formats such as sensor, image, video, telemetry, databases and more.
Use these criteria to ensure the accessibility of a software you intend to purchase.
An EEAAP describes how the institution will provide "equally effective alternative access" to information or services provided by a technology that is less accessible or not accessible to students with disabilities. This article explains the process.
A VPAT (Voluntary Product Accessibility Template), is a standard format for vendors to report the accessibility of their products.
Protect ECU data by following this guidance when using your personally-owned computer for university business.
It is important that artificial intelligence tools be utilized in a responsible way to ensure we protect ECU assets.
See these guidelines and stipulations for the Adobe Creative Cloud suite.
Available applications for the virtual computing lab (VCL).
Windows. Students can download Microsoft Visio, Project and other apps through the Azure Dev Tools for Teaching.
GraphPad Prism is a 2D graphing and statistics software for Windows and macOS.
Some default features included with the macOS and Windows operating systems do not comply with security guidelines or ECU regulations and are blocked on ECU-managed computers. Other features are managed by IT admins.
See which consumer-oriented features are managed on ECU-managed computers.
DNAStar is a sequence analysis software for molecular biology research, genomics and protein analysis. Only available through departments who pay the license fee.
JMP desktop statistical software uses a structured, problem-centered approach to analyze data on Windows, Mac and Linux. The interface automatically displays graphs from stats so that users can discover data patterns more easily.