Mathematical and Statistical Application – SAS – Introduction to SAS
Description: Table of contents What is SAS? SAS windows in SAS for Microsoft Windows Language conventions in SAS Two commnon types of SAS steps How to put comments in your program Libraries, permanent and temporary datasets Useful SAS procedures Additional help What is SAS? SAS is a popular set of software tools which allows you to […]
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Research Computing Programming Tools
Description: Table of Contents Overview General Information Specific Applications Additional help Overview Programming compilers and utility libraries are integral parts of Research Computing resources. FORTRAN 77/90/95, gcc, Intel C and C++ compilers are available for compiling codes to run serial and/or parallel jobs. Some of the compilers are local to the machines. There are also a […]
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Accessing and Using Research Computing’s Subversion Repositories (Onyen Restricted)
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Scientific Application – Schrodinger
Description: Table of Contents Overview Setting up Environment and Invoking from a Research Computing Server Installing Locally on a Windows Machine Notes Links Additional Help Overview Schrodinger is a suite of molecular modeling packages that take advantage of the latest technological advances in computational chemistry. Jaguar, the high-performance ab-initio quantum mechanics application, and MacroModel, the most […]
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Research Computing: Cluster Comparisons
Description: Table of Contents Introduction KillDevil VCL Points of Comparison Sample Use Cases Additional help Introduction Research Computing makes available three clusters (Longleaf, and KillDevil) and the Virtual Computing Lab (VCL). Each cluster has its own “character,” i.e., strengths and weaknesses. All three are general purpose clusters and there is no “right” or “wrong” cluster to […]
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Why do I get a dollar sign ($) instead of menu options when I log on to ISIS?
Description: The dollar sign ($) is the UNIX prompt that appears when your login menu has been disabled. There are two ways to correct this problem: 1. Type menu and press Enter. Choose option 5. 2. At the command prompt ($) type ~help/bin/makemenu and press Enter. Choose option 1 and press Enter. Close the window and […]
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Statistical Computing – Updating your JMP license
Description: Introduction This document is intended for users of the SAS software JMP , and provides instructions for updating the license in JMP versions 12.x and 13.x. Updating the license in JMP 12.x and 13.x 1. If your JMP 12/13 license is expired, then starting JMP 12/13 will produce a JMP: Provide Your JMP License window […]
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Performance and Debugging Tool – Totalview
Description: Table of Contents Overview Setting up the Environment Compiling code Submitting job Running job Useful links Additional help Overview These instructions will help users invoke Totalview to debug codes on a Research Computing server in just a couple of steps. Please note that Totalview is a commercial product. There are only 64 licenses available on […]
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UNIX: Scripting
Description: Table of Contents What is Scripting? Interpreters Basic Script Creation C Shell Constructs Basic Output Variables Program Control Making Your Scripts Interactive – Input and Arguments Selecting from a List of Possibilities – switch…case Making Your Code Readable – Adding Remarks What is Scripting? UNIX is popular for a variety of reasons. One of these […]
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Research Computing – Available compilers by platform
Description: Linux Cluster – KillDevil Platform/Operating System: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.6 Machine Name: KillDevil Compilers FORTRAN 77 FORTRAN 90/95 C C++ Intel Compiler ifort ifort icc Icpc GNU Compiler — gfortran gcc g++ Portland Group Compiler pgf77 pgf90 pgcc pgCC There may seem to be a bewildering array of compilers to choose from on an […]
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