Scientific Computing Resource Library

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Matlab

Desktop Usage The majority of Matlab users at the Hutch have Matlab installed on their desktop system. Most users have dedicated licenses for their desktop i...

Running Tensorflow (and Keras) on GPUs

In order to run tensorflow on GPUs you need to use a special version of Tensorflow. GPUs are currently installed on the Koshu cluster (Google cloud). In earl...

Shiny Applications

Shiny is an R package that makes it easy to build interactive web apps straight from R. You can host standalone apps on a webpage or embed them in R Markdown...

Snapshots

How to use snapshots for self-service file recovery or undelete The file system underlying home directories and most shared folders on Linux systems has a fe...

Synology

Synology storage appliances (cloud sync)

Using Markdown with Visual Studio Code

Markdown is a formatting language used when the resulting document will be rendered or converted into html documents for web-viewable material. The format i...

Using Python to Access AWS S3

From any of the rhino systems you can see which Python builds are available by typing ml Python/3. and pressing the TAB key twice. Choose the most recent ver...

Using R to Access AWS S3

This demo provides specific examples of how to access AWS S3 object storage via the AWS CLI. You can use Amazon Web Services’ S3 (Simple Storage Service) dir...

using Docker at Fred Hutch

Accessing Docker You can either install docker on your own machine or you install on the SciComp test server farm