Secure Data Room - The PRIISM Center maintains a secure data room where authorized faculty and students can harness the power of 64-bit multi-core computer workstations to analyze large restricted data sets. (Contact Marc Scott for information on access policies.)
Electronic Codebooks - The PRIISM Center provides restricted access to electronic codebooks for educational data sets. Faculty and student researchers can peruse the variable names used in numerous survey and data collections. In conjunction with the variable names, their definitions help researchers gather their research ideas and formulate their analyses before running on live data sets.
Secure Data Repository - The PRIISM Center maintains a secure data repository for National Institute of Health and Department of Education data.
Windows/Linux Compute Servers - The PRIISM Center maintains a WIndows and Linux Compute server and data storage facility with a variety of statistical software packages installed. Using R, Stata, etc., researchers can run mixed effects models and multiple imputation software including a library created by Professor Jennifer Hill in conjunction with Columbia's Professor Andrew Gelman and his team.