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Running RStudio

RStudio is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for R. It includes a console, syntax highlighting editor that supports direct code execution, as well as tools for plotting, debugging, history and workspace management. For more information see RStudio webpage. To run RStudio, first open

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Miniconda (small anaconda)

For researchers who have Python or R package requirements beyond the common packages (e.g. Numby, Scipy, Pandas, BioConda, R) we recommend using Anaconda. Using Anaconda’s package manager allows the creation and management of packages and environments. Using conda you can

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Running Jupyter with SciKit-learn

For more information on Scikit check out (https://scikit-learn.org/) First start your Jupyter server using the short process: Open https://galaxy.fau.edu Click “Login” Click “Login to Jupyter” Enter your username and password. Click “Login” Click “New Server” Click “New” -> “Terminal” Enter

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Linux VPN

Florida Atlantic University VPN for Linux For Linux, the Juniper Network Connect client has been deprecated VPN connectivity can be accomplished through use of the Pulse Secure Client for Linux. Currently only Centos/RHEL and Debian/Ubuntu flavors of Linux are supported by the

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Sample SBATCH script

Jobs can be submitted to Koko through two methods, SRUN and SBATCH scripts. We have listed a few sample SBATCH scripts to assist users in building their own scripts to submit jobs. Please see our website here for partition information.

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Matlab Individual Installation Instructions

Downloading the MATLAB installer: Log into the MathWorks website here. Select ‘Get started today’ under the Download MATLAB section. Login with your FAU NetID and password. If you have a MathWorks account, click ‘Log In’ under the Log in to

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Matlab Installation and Licensing

WARNING: This guide is not intended for student or individual installations of Matlab. Please refer to the MathWorks website here for installation instructions for students or individual systems. To install Matlab on your Windows or Linux system, please use the

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Koko Desktop Environments

Koko has 3 Desktop Environments available. MATE, XFCE, and Openbox. MATE is based on Gnome, the previous Desktop Environment for Koko. It looks and works in much the same was as the previous Desktop for Koko. XFCE is very similar

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Create SLURM launchers for Koko

launcher_creator.py is a convenience utility that automates creating a launcher for FAU clusters based on parameters (and commands) you give it. This tool and most of the following document is based on posts created at TACC. (https://wikis.utexas.edu/display/bioiteam/launcher_creator.py) launcher_creator.py outputs a

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Tensorflow

Tensorflow utilizing GPU or CPU computation is available on Koko. Partition information can be found here. Please use these instructions for allocating resources: GPU Allocate resources with the command salloc -p <partition> –gres=gpu The gres:gpu number indicates how many GPUs you’d like

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