How to use File Management on HPCC?

Open OnDemand is a user-friendly web-based interface for file management, job management, SSH access, and graphical interfaces. File Management File Explorer for managing files on HPCC Coral, including uploading, downloading, copying, deleting, renaming, and editing files. File Explorer and Navigation The “Files” menu in the Open OnDemand dashboard allows you to access your files on […]

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How to publish a Shiny App in RStudio Connect?

Click the “publishing icon ”. The blue publishing icon in the RStudio IDE indicates built-in support for publishing this piece of content.   Click the “Publish Application” button. Click the “RStudio Connect” button. Enter this URL “https://rstudio-connect.icto.um.edu.mo/” as indicated and click “Next”. Input your username and password of UMPASS. After successful login, please click “Connect”. The […]

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What is “RStudio Connect” in HPCC?

RStudio Connect connects you and the work you do with others as never before. The RStudio Connect provides: “One button” deployment into a single environment for Shiny applications, R Markdown documents, Plumber APIs, Python Jupyter notebooks, Quarto documents and projects, or any static R plot or graph. Extended deployment capabilities supporting Python APIs and applications using Shiny, Flask, Dash, FastAPI, […]

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What is “Singularity” in HPCC?

Singularity (https://sylabs.io/singularity/) enables users to have full control of their environment. Singularity containers can be used to package entire scientific workflows, software and libraries, and even data. This means that you don’t have to ask your cluster admin to install anything for you, you can put it in a Singularity container and run. Did you […]

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Contributing to the HPCC environment

ICTO encourages faculty members to contribute to the HPCC environment by purchasing servers, which provide the following benefits: Professional Management: When you purchase computing equipment, it’s essential to consider factors like space and good server environment. Additionally, you need to handle maintenance tasks such as system patching and hardware replacement in case of failures. By […]

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What is the queuing and scheduling scheme in HPCC?

HPC Cluster runs under the control of a queue management system which is SLURM (Simple Linux Utility for Resource Management). SLURM is similar to most other queue systems. You write a batch script and submit it to the queue manager. The queue manager then schedules your job to run on the designated queue (called PARTITION in […]

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What is “Environment Modules” in HPCC?

In order to use the installed software, it is necessary to configure the relating environment variables for compilers and libraries so that searching paths are correct, corresponding libraries can be linked up, license servers can be connected, etc. To make it easier for you to select and switch between different software packages, ‘Environment Modules’ (modules.sourceforge.net) […]

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