R on HPCC
R on HPCCNovember 9th, 11:00AM to 1:00PM
Instructor: Dr. Nanye Long
Learn about using R on the MSU’s High Performance Computing system via the command line, batch jobs, and graphical mode.Register Now
Workshops with fewer than eight (8) people registered may be cancelled.
R is a widely used statistical computing environment that runs on all platforms, including HPC. This course will not introduce R, but will introduce using R on the MSU’s High Performance Computing system using the command line, batch jobs, and graphical mode. Basic techniques for parallel computing in R will be discussed.
Intro to R on HPC in command line
R GUI on HPC with RemoteDeskop
Batch jobs and queuing
Data management with R on HPC
Examples of parallel techniques in R such as MPI and foreach
Prerequisites: MSU iCER account. Users should know how to use R on their own computer and must have taken the Introduction to HPCC workshop or used MSU’s HPC for research.
Software Used: Mac users should install the Microsoft Remote Desktop client on the MS App Store
Snack provided (pizza and pop).