Frequently Asked Questions

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Please visit our Research Support Site to get started.

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We can teach, provide examples, and work with you to develop code in many programming languages, including R, MATLAB, Python, Javascript, and Fortran.

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Please contact us at cyberhelp@sesync.org, and we will help guide you in the right direction.

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Though we encourage using open source software, we will help you gain access to the right software for your computing needs.

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We can help you explore what options are out there to share your data, including how to obtain a DOI and how to share your code on Github.

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SESYNC offers a variety of online lessons and tutorials, all of which can be found here. We also offer a variety of other training opportunities, which can be found under the "Training" tab.

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Go to https://pwm.sesync.org to retrieve your username and reset your password.

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Yes! We support extensive and integrated videoconferencing at SESYNC.

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We provide support for SESYNC participants, which includes members of synthesis teams, short courses and training, students, and other affiliated researchers.

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All products generated as a result of SESYNC support should appropriately and conspicuously acknowledge SESYNC and the National Science Foundation. Given that SESYNC is supported through two NSF awards, please see below regarding acknowledgements. 

  • For all projects supported from SESYNC solicitations posted between September 1, 2011 and August 31, 2016 (this includes projects supported from the October 2016 RFP and any prior to this date), please use the following text: This work was supported by the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) under funding received from the National Science Foundation DBI-1052875.
  • For all projects supported from SESYNC solicitations posted from September 1, 2016 through the present (this includes projects supported from the May 2017 RFP), please use the following text: This work was supported by the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) under funding received from the National Science Foundation DBI-1639145.

If you are unsure of which award you are supported from, please either refer to your support letter or reach out directly to research@sesync.org.5."