If the idea of logging in to a supercomputer for the first time is daunting, the Supercomputing for Everyone Series offered by UITS Research Technologies may be just what you’re looking for.
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A full-day workshop for those comfortable with basic UNIX/LINUX, and using Karst or a similar supercomputer, to become proficient in using MPI to solve parallel programing problems.
A full-day workshop on the basics of parallel programming on a supercomputer. Harness multiple processors using threads and message passing.
This workshop introduces IU faculty, staff, and students to high performance computing.
In this four-day workshop, learn about the Bioconductor Project and the basics of RStudio—data types, classes, objects, and more—and how to write and use a function.
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Learn about SAS, R, and Matlab on HPC systems, including functions, submitting jobs, and setting environmental variables for performance boosts.
Learn the basics of using storage on IU’s supercomputing systems, including data lifecycles and types, moving data in and out of IU systems, and finish with hands-on experience.
Go from little to no experience to being functional with UNIX/LINUX in a supercomputing environment.