June 3, 2014
UF Research Computing is hosting several training sessions this summer. Sessions are relevant to using applications for high-impact research and HiPerGator.
The recent MATLAB training given by MathWorks was a huge success, with more than 100 researchers and staff attending. Because of several user requests, Research Computing has developed a MATLAB-focused session to this summer’s schedule.
All sessions will be held on Wednesdays at 1:00 p.m. in NPB 2205:
June 4: HiPerGator: Running Jobs and Submission Scripts
June 11: Galaxy Overview: The Basics
June 18: MATLAB @ Research Computing: A Hands-on Tutorial to Running MATLAB Code
July 9: NextGen Sequencing Data Techniques: Reference-Based Mapping + de Novo Assembly
Attendees should bring a computer to follow along with the exercises. Attendees should also have a valid Research Computing user account. Visit http://www.rc.ufl.edu/help/account-request/ to request an account.
UF Research Computing training resources are on their Wiki Training page. Among the resources available there are prerecorded training sessions, presentation slides and worksheets, as well as the current training schedule. For any additional questions about UF Research Computing resources please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.