Dedicated tools and applications ideally suited for researchers

Intersect offers researchers a range of research tools/applications.  Some tools have been developed by Intersect while others are commercial or open source tools.

Intersect developed research tools cover a significant range of research activities and may be deployable into new eResearch contexts.  Intersect can work with you to create an instance to suit local requirements through its professional services.

Research tools are offered in two ways:

1. Launchpod enables deployment of various tools to virtual machines (VMs) on the NeCTAR Research Cloud.  The research tools available through Launchpod are:

  • Twitter Scraper – a tool to harvest Twitter for hashtags, phrases, exact tweets and specific users
  • DIVER – a general purpose open source research data capture and sharing application
  • Omeka – an open source Content Management System suitable for rich collections of data and images
  • LimeSurvey – a tool to quickly create intuitive, powerful, online question-and-answer surveys
  • MATLAB® – a powerful tool for numerical computation, visualization, and programming
  • Alveo – a virtual laboratory of tools for searching, analysing and annotating natural language datasets
  • CSIRO Workspace – a powerful software platform for sharing scientific workflows in one coherent, simple environment
  • RStudio – a free, powerful tool for statistical computing and graphics.2. Intersect developed research tools cover a significant range of research activities and may be deployable into new eResearch contexts.  Intersect can work with you to create an instance to suit local requirements through its professional services.

2. Intersect developed research tools cover a significant range of research activities and may be deployable into new eResearch contexts.  Intersect can work with you to create an instance to suit local requirements through its professional services.

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