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Running code/software on ARC systems in different ways

Jun 4, 2024 - Jun 4, 2024
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Full course description

Term: Summer 2024

Date: June 4th, 2024

Time: 10:00am - 12:00pm

Location: Online Only

Instructor: Chris Kuhlman

Presented By: Advanced Research Computing (ARC)



ARC systems run software which spans the full spectrum of modern research computing. Many fields have evolved their software in various ways, but most often within the support models of research computing centers like ARC. This workshop addresses several of the most common software delivery models and how they can be accessed and used on ARC systems. The demonstrations will be predominantly via the linux shell command line interface and will cover our 'software modules' system, python environments via Anaconda, and also the main components needed for building software from source codes, particularly MPI software. Interactive shell jobs are an indispensable resource for each of these models and will be used to demonstrate how researchers can begin to set up their own software environments and develop workflows on ARC systems. Attendees who already have ARC accounts are invited to follow along with the demonstrations if desired.

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