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DSS lab consultation schedule
(Monday-Friday)
Sep 1-Nov 3By appt. here
Nov 6-Dec 15Walk-in, 2-5 pm*
Dec 18-Feb 2By appt. here
Feb 5-May 4Walk-in, 1-5 pm*
May 7-May 15Walk-in, 2-5 pm*
May 16-Aug 31By appt. here
For quick questions email data@princeton.edu.
*No appts. necessary during walk-in hrs.
Note: the DSS lab is open as long as Firestone is open, no appointments necessary to use the lab computers for your own analysis.

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Basic Unix

Accounts

See http://helpdesk.princeton.edu/kb/display.plx?ID=9780 for the latest information on Unix server accounts from OIT

Basic Commands

Once you connect to tombstone you will need these basic commands to get started:

nano Pico is a simple text editor. You can use pico for editing Stata do files.
ls Show a list of files in your current directory.
stata Run Stata for Unix. Unix Stata is fully compatible with the Windows and Mac versions of Stata available in the clusters.
quota -v Reports how much space you have left on your Arizona account - this is the same as the amount of space you have on your H: drive.
logout This will log you off the machine when you are done.

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