January 9, 2015
UF Research Computing is hosting seven training sessions this spring. The sessions focus on tools and resources used when conducting high-impact research. All spring 2015 sessions will be held Thursdays at 12:50 p.m. in NPB 2205.
No registration is required and sessions are open to everyone, but some sessions have hands-on portions requiring a Research Computing account and laptop. To request an account, visit http://www.rc.ufl.edu/help/account-request/.
Spring 2015 Tentative Schedule – Subject to Change:
Jan. 22: UF Research Computing: An Introduction and Getting Started
Jan. 29: Introduction to the Linux Command Line
Feb. 5: HiPerGator: Running Jobs and Submission Scripts
Feb. 12: MATLAB at UFRC: A Hands-on Tutorial to Running Your MATLAB Code at Research Computing
Feb. 26: Optimizing Batch Submission and Job Performance
Mar. 12: Galaxy Overview, The Basics
Mar. 19: NextGen Sequencing Data Techniques: Reference-Based Mapping + de Novo Assembly
Visit the UFRC Wiki Training page to view prerecorded training sessions, presentation slides and worksheets, and detailed descriptions of the Spring 2015 training schedule. Additional questions about UF Research Computing resources may be emailed to email@example.com.