This workshop shows how to access Princeton's high performance computing resources. Discussion includes an overview of the Linux systems available at Princeton and how to connect and transfer files, run R and Stata programs on these systems, and submit jobs using a job scheduler called SLURM. In addition, time will be spent explaining the Linux commands used to manage files and directories.
Those with little or no experience working in a Linux environment.
Lecture, discussion, and hands-on guided demonstration.
Strongly recommended that attendees bring a Windows or Mac laptop, and prior to the workshop, obtain accounts on the Princeton Linux systems Adroit and Nobel. Registration forms for these systems can be accessed via Research Computing