Mathematical and Statistical Application – SAS – Using the Output Delivery System
Description: Overview The Output Delivery System (ODS) allows SAS users to control the output of their SAS programs. Using ODS you can output your results in HTML, RTF, or even SAS data sets. Useful links The following references are helpful to learn to use the ODS statement. In the SAS online documentation on the SAS web […]
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LSF – Submitting Jobs
Description: Table of Contents Overview Submitting Jobs More bsub options Submitting jobs using wrapper scripts Submitting parallel jobs Additional help Overview This document covers how to submit jobs to Research Computing servers using the LSF command “bsub”. Note: Jobs running outside the LSF queues will be killed. The logon privileges of users who repeatedly run jobs […]
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ITS Research Computing Course Schedule
Description: Summer 2017 ITS Research Computing Course Schedule: Course Date Time Using Killdevil 5/30 10:00am – noon Building Markov Chain Monte Carlo Models in Python 6/1 2:00pm – 4:00pm Tarheel Linux 6/6 2:00pm – 4:00pm Matlab: Introduction 6/12 2:00pm – 4:00pm Using Longleaf 6/13 10:00am – noon Python Workshop 6/22 2:00pm – 4:00pm Linux:Intermediate 6/27 2:00pm […]
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Visualization Software Applications
Description: The Research Computing group offers a wide variety of visualization software applications for researchers on campus. Visualization software allows you to view data in a graphical format. These software applications are available for use on Research Computing servers. Selecting any of the applications below will lead you to a listing of the information provided by […]
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LSF FAQ
Description: Table of Contents What is fairshare scheduling? How do I tell LSF to put my job output in a file instead of sending it to me by email? How can I use the LSF job output to check the amount of memory my job is using? Is there a way to determine roughly how much […]
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Mathematical and Statistical Application – SAS – Quick Description of SAS Graphing Techniques
Description: SAS/GRAPH Main SAS Graphics tool, contains many procedures Enormous flexibility, especially when using annotated data sets High learning curve for procedural syntax Five procedures producing graphics: PROC GPLOT: 2D scatter plots and overlay plots, including bubble plots and logarithmic plots PROC GCHART: Block charts, horizontal and vertical bar charts, pie and donut charts, and star […]
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Mathematical and Statistical Software Applications
Description: Research Computing offers a wide variety of Mathematical and Statistical software applications and tools for researchers. These software applications are available for use on Research Computing servers. Selecting any of the applications below will lead you to a listing of the information provided by the Research Computing group about that application, including documentation, FAQs, where […]
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Mathematical and Statistical Application – R
Description: Table of Contents Overview Installation Setting up your environment and invoking from a Research Computing server Install R packages on the Research Computing server Manuals Tutorials FAQs Useful links References Additional help Overview According to Comprehensive R Archive Network (CRAN), R is “GNU S” which is similar to the S system. R is a freely […]
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Installing SAS 9.2 on Windows XP, Vista and 7 (Onyen Restricted)
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Mathematical and Statistical Application – SAS – Efficient programming in SAS
Description: Table of Contents Introduction Efficiency Computer resources Human resources Additional help Introduction This document is intended for users who have some experience with SAS. It contains a number of examples of SAS code to help you become a better SAS programmer as well as help you better understand of how SAS works. Efficiency We know […]
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