Many of you have noticed the increasing number of queues. This can be confusing when you just want to check the current status of the queues you're allowed to use. But there is an easy way to change this. You can tell bqueues to show just "your" queues by calling it using
If you want bqueues to always show your queues only, you can just add an alias to your .bashrc (found in your home-directory). Here, is a simple command to add it to your .bashrc-file:
echo'# Customizing bqueues to show only your queues'>>~/.bashrc
We now provide a new version of Python -- 3.5-- as usual along with a great number of scientific Python modules. In particular, numpy, the basic array library, is compiled against Intel's MKL resulting in a tremendous speed-up when dealing with numerical computations, e.g. matrix multiplication.
We strive to offer Profiling tools for high performance computing. If you develop software, please check out our documentation on Intel's Vtune software, also Allinea, both are parallel profiling tools. (Documentation for Allinea on Mogon is forthcoming.)
If interested drop us a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a slot during the Thursdays Workshop.
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We are pleased to announce the installation of the statistical software R, version 3.2.2, in a new module. This module includes many packages, including Bioconductor package. Parallelisation support is included. Check out the local R documentation.