HPC@LSU invites you to attend our weekly training scheduled every Wednesdays, except university holidays. All training sessions are from 9:00AM to 11:00AM at 307 Frey Computing Services Center. The sessions will be available for remote participants and will be recorded for later review.
The training sessions are subject to cancellation due to lack of registrations, so please register if you plan on attending. Registration closes in the afternoon on the day prior to the training.
Click on the tutorial topic to obtain more information and registration details. Remote connect links to attend the training will be provided via email to all registered participants.
Note: The Slide and Support Materials links are placeholders until content is added after the tutorial.
1. April 1,2020: Run HPC jobs with Agave Web Interface
|Topic||Run HPC jobs with Agave Web Interface|
|Time||9:00 AM - 11:00 AM|
|Description||Would you like to submit your HPC jobs without using the command line? Agave is a science gateway that has a web interface. Once you get an Agave account you can submit your jobs to any cluster you have an account and allocation on using the Agave web interface. While this tutorial concentrates on getting you comfortable with running code from the Agave portal web interface here are other things you can use Agave for:|
The list provided is not intended to be exhaustive. To simplify, we group it into four categories.
2. April 8,2020: Introduction to Python
|Topic||Introduction to Python|
|Time||9:00 AM - 11:00 AM|
|Description||Python is a high-level programming language, easy to learn yet extremely powerful. This training will provide an introduction to programming in Python. The subjects include basic Python syntax, Python classes used in object-oriented programming. Basic Python modules for scientific computing and plotting will also be introduced. During the training, simple Python programs will be provided for demonstration.
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For benefit of Training particpants who do not have ready access to a Linux machine, we have created a virtual image of CentOS 6.3. You can use this image in lieu of a LONI or LSU HPC account for some, but not all of our training courses. More details about this image and installation instructions are provided here
We offer many tutorial sessions for our HPC users both on campus and through the access grid to LSU partners. Topics covered vary from:
- Introduction to Linux
- More Linux
- HPC Environment.
To read descriptions or access PDF's of the slides from past tutorials Past Tutorials.