Join UMaine ARCSIM and Maine-eDNA for a two-part introductory workshop on Linux command line basics and hands-on training using High-performance computing. This workshop is intended for all users, with no prior experience required. Focus on tools and tips needed to run pipelines and large data analysis (R, Python, Bash) on high performance computing environments.
Introduction to Linux – Part 1 Fri, March 24, noon–1 p.m.
Introduction to HPC – Part 2 Fri, March 31, noon–1 p.m.
(1) Navigation using the command line
(2) Common useful commands (e.g., ls, pwd, cd)
(3) Connecting to HPC remote servers
(4) Job submission using SLURM syntax
Hosted by Maine-eDNA and UMaine ARCSIM
Dr. Laura Jackson, ARCSIM Integrative Data Scientist
Dr. Kate Beard, Professor of Spatial Computing, School of Computing and Information Science
Register for the event via this link and you will be sent the Zoom meeting and account sign-up information – https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1cqy2TAEPaNAL-HWV95bmfOrzllctTwkB_OkNFbTKy9k/
Space is limited *Deadline to register is Wednesday, March 22.