The NIRD Toolkit offers a self-service portal in which our scientists may choose various tools and computational capacity needed for their research.
2-day workshops in the Nordics and Estonia
The workshop 'Accessing biodiversity data through web services' focuses on automated ways of retrieving and processing biodiversity data from public databases.
The Research Data Archive is a repository of valuable research data. The Research Data Archive provides users opportunities to archive, publish and share their data openly.
Compute and storage for sensitive data for research.
Secure and cost-effective cloud computing for processing sensitive data.
3-day advanced workshops
High performance computing service of national importance.
This web tool allows users to upload their own data and easily create Principal Component Analysis (PCA) plots and heatmaps. Data can be uploaded as a file or by copy-pasteing it to the text box. Data format is shown under "Help" tab.
"Open Access HPC facilities.
Aurora is a computational resource with an emphasis on usability and visual processing offering, for example, a graphical desktop environment for login.
The cPouta Community Cloud service is an IaaS cloud computing service.
General purpose HPC cluster run by University of Iceland
Training course to provide the basic skills for data stewards to the requirements to enable FAIR data for reuse of research outputs.
The SDU eScience Center is a single point of reference for eScience and research e-infrastructure at SDU.
funcExplorer is a public web tool for clustering and interpreting gene expression data. The tool is designed to extract the most significant biological features of a dataset that a user can choose from our publicly available data selection or upload him/herself.
The TSD – Service for Sensitive Data, is a platform for collecting, storing, analyzing and sharing sensitive data in compliance with the Norwegian privacy regulation.
The easyDMP is a web-service that allows the creation of the data managment plan by guiding the researcher through a set of questions tailored according to the reccomentations of different funding agencies and research autorities.
CloudStack based IaaS.
Access to Computerome is available to everyone interested in Life Sciences
Notebooks - easy-to-use environments for working with data and programming.
dCACHE and iRODS-based storage systems distributed across the SNIC data centers.
The SNIC Science Cloud (SSC) is a community cloud and use of the resources is free of charge to Swedish PIs and their collaborators. As for other SNIC allocations you need an affiliation with a Swedish higher education institution to be eligible to apply for a project.
Computing cluster for serial and parallel jobs.
Large-scale gene expression data queries and mining