Data and Visualization Services is happy to announce our new Data and Visualization Lab in Duke Libraries new Edge research space. Located on the first floor of the Bostock Library, the Brandaleone Family Lab for Data and Visualization Services offers a dedicated space for researchers working on data driven projects.
The lab features three distinct areas for supporting data driven research.
Data and Visualization Lab Space
Our lab space features twelve high end workstations with dual monitors with the latest software for data visualization, digital mapping, statistics, and qualitative research. All of the machines have two dedicated displays to encourage collaborative work and data consultations. Additionally, all twelve machines have a dedicated power port located conveniently under the edge of the table for powering a laptop or usb powered device.
Bloomberg Professional “Bar”
Since the launch of our Bloomberg terminals, we have seen a steady increase in both individual and team based usage of Bloomberg financial data. Our three Bloomberg Professional workstations are now located on a dedicated “bar” across from our lab machines. The new Bloomberg zone will facilitate collaborate work and provide a base for groups such as the Duke University Investment Club and Duke Financial Economics Center.
Consult and Collaborative Space
Our third lab space provides a set of four rolling tables for small groups to collaborate or for projects that don’t require a fixed computing space. An 85″ flat panel display near this zone features data visualizations and other data driven research projects at Duke.
Come See Us!
With ample natural light, almost 24/7 availability, and a welcoming staff eager to work with you on your next data driven project. We look forward to working with you in the upcoming year!