Quite aside from NCGAS, there are a plethora of national resources available, for free. These range from various hardware that is available with an XSEDE allocation (like Jetstream), to web sites that give you access to applications to use on line, such as Galaxy Main and Cyveres. The resources generally fall into three classes: computational, storage, and online places to do computation (Gateways). In addition, there are some some resources for genomic information, such as databases and reference genomes—a smorgasbord of options! To help you find options for your work, we have put together a set of blogs that describe a number of these resources, the NCGAS Cyberinfrastructure Resource Explorer.
While this serves to put a lot of information in one place, it also allows you to search for specific options – you can search for keywords to narrow down the options on NCGAS CIRE!