Get the Data Science Edge: UArizona - CyVerse Subscription

UArizona students, faculty, and staff have free access to CyVerse, the world-class computational platform for open science thanks to the Technology and Research Initiative Fund (TRIF) with the State of Arizona. Embracing the Data Science Institute's goals, CyVerse helps support research, fosters collaboration, promotes data science training, and helps to solve data-driven challenges.

The CyVerse extensible platforms provide data storage, bioinformatics tools, data visualization, interactive analyses, cloud services, APIs, and more. CyVerse is a dynamic virtual organization that fulfills a broad mission to enable data-driven, collaborative research. CyVerse provides researchers with powerful platforms to handle huge datasets and complex analyses, thus enabling data-driven discovery.

UArizona research using CyVerse includes:

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UArizona CyVerse Subscription

UArizona has a subscription to CyVerse with over 2,500 Academic Pro accounts. UArizona students, faculty, and staff have free access to CyVerse thanks to the Technology and Research Initiative Fund (TRIF).

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Scale storage and compute resources to meet the scientific needs of projects, teams, or classes, from data upload to publication. With the UArizona account, there’s no need to maintain your own servers, pay for IT services, or worry about security and replication – CyVerse takes care of that. CyVerse’s hardware, software, and staff enable you to easily store, manage, share, and analyze large amounts of data.

Sign up with a UArizona email address and NetID to get a free UArizona CyVerse account that includes:

  • 3 TB of data storage
  • 20,000 compute units/year*
  • Ability to run 4 concurrent jobs
  • Ability to share unlimited data files or apps with teams, collaborators, or students
  • 10 permanent identifiers (DOIs) for data
  • A seat at any 4 CyVerse workshops (Foundational Open Science Skills, Container Basics, Advanced Containers, ChatGPT Prompt Engineering, etc.)
  • Advanced features and APIs
  • Access to webinars
  • Workshop resources to use CyVerse for training-teaching
  • Screen share support

* Compute units are normalized if jobs run on CPUs, GPUs, etc.; 1 Compute Unit equals 1 Core Hour on a CPU.