Research and high-performance computing
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- At IU, what supercomputer systems are available for academic research?
- Big Red II at Indiana University
- Mason at Indiana University
- Quarry at Indiana University
- The Research Database Complex (RDC) at Indiana University
- Policies regarding UITS research systems
- Can I purchase cloud computing services at IU?
- At IU, what software is available on the research computing systems?
- What statistical and mathematical software packages are available on IU's supercomputers?
- On Big Red II, Mason, Quarry, and Rockhopper at IU, how do I use Modules to manage my software environment?
- Software supported by NCGAS
- What is Fortran, and where can I learn more about it?
- On IU's research systems, what programming languages are available?
- What is Perl, and where can I get more information about it?
- At IU, which systems have Perl?
- What is Python?
- What compilers are available on the IU research systems?
- Compiling C, C++, and Fortran programs on Big Red II at IU
- Compiling programs on Quarry at IU
- What is TORQUE, and how do I use it to submit and manage jobs on a high-performance computing system?
- Common commands in TORQUE and SGE
- Queue information for IU research computing systems
- How do I run batch jobs on Big Red II at IU?
- On Big Red II at IU, how do I use PCP to bundle multiple serial jobs to run them in parallel?
- What is MPI, and where can I find information about using it?
- Where can I find an OpenMP or MPI tutorial online?
- What are segmentation faults (segfaults), and how can I identify what's causing them?
- At IU, how much disk space is available to me on the research systems?
- The Research File System (RFS) at Indiana University
- The Scholarly Data Archive (SDA) at Indiana University
- The Data Capacitor, Data Capacitor II, and DCWAN high-speed file systems at Indiana University
- Can I store electronic protected health information (ePHI) on IU's research supercomputers?
- At IU, what is the Advanced Visualization Lab?
- At IU, what visualization facilities are available at or from the AVL?
- What is the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) project?
- What types of XSEDE allocations are available?
- How do I apply for a new XSEDE allocation?
- What is the XSEDE User Portal, and how do I create an account?
- User guides for XSEDE digital services
- How do I get help with XSEDE?
- Getting help with IU's supercomputers
- At IU, what research computing services are available?
- At IU, what is UITS Scientific Applications and Performance Tuning?
- At IU, what types of visualization consulting does the AVL offer?
- Finding help for statistical and mathematical computing at IU
- At IU, where can I get computing help for biomedical research?
- What is the National Center for Genome Analysis Support (NCGAS)?
- At IU, where can I get help with GIS or remote sensing?
- On IU's research systems, how can I recover deleted or corrupted files?
- At IU, how do I get help securely processing, storing, and sharing ePHI or HIPAA data?
Last modified on October 02, 2013.