RStudio - New Service

RStudio - New Service

BioHPC now provides an RStudio service at http://rstudio.biohpc.swmed.edu

RStudio provides a comprehensive yet easy-to use environment for developing scripts in the popular R statistical language. A wide range of R packages are pre-installed. The RStudio service is an ideal place to run smaller analyses, and develop workflows for large datasets which ...

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webGUI - GUI Cluster Sessions via the web.

webGUI - GUI Cluster Sessions via the web.

We are pleased to be able to introduce webGUI sessions to the BioHPC user portal.

webGUI allows you to launch a GUI job on a single 64GB cluster node and access it through your web browser. You can use the session via any modern web browser, without needing a VNC client.

The BioHPC team continues ...

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Training Sessions for 2015

Training Sessions for 2015

BioHPC training sessions will take place each Wednesday, at 10:30 am in seminar room NL06.215.

  • Required new user training occurs on the first Wednesday of each month.
  • Additional basic topics are covered on the second Wednesday of each month.
  • Advanced topics are presented on the third Wednesday of each month.
  • An open drop-in ...

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New BioHPC Portal!

New BioHPC Portal!

Welcome to the new BioHPC user portal. This site is being developed into a one-stop location for information about, and access to, BioHPC systems.

Check back regularly as we add more features, and please email biohpc-help@utsouthwestern.edu if you have suggestions to improve the site.

New Git Service at git.biohpc.swmed.edu

New Git Service at git.biohpc.swmed.edu

BioHPC now offers a git repository hosting service at https://git.biohpc.swmed.edu

This service uses the GitLab platform, offering a similar interface to GitHub, but with your repositories stored on BioHPC systems inside the UT Southwestern network.

We highly recommend that users and groups working collaboratively on software use the BioHPC git service ...

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