Quick-and-dirty knowledge base for ODU RCS.
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Wirawan Purwanto a42b7821c7 * Title update; added notes on Rstudio on Open OnDemand. 2 years ago
R * Title update; added notes on Rstudio on Open OnDemand. 2 years ago
containers * Added note on storage overlay on Singularity. 2 years ago
data-compliance * Added initial overview of protected data: different types, 2 years ago
hpc * Added tools, services, and best practices to set up HPC-like 3 years ago
matlab * Added notes on how to run Matlab with no GUI. 3 years ago
ondemand * Initial insert of various notes. 3 years ago
python * Added published URL. 2 years ago
python-software * Added notes on basic pip operation. 2 years ago
singularity * Added noteset on Singularity persistant overlay. 3 years ago
slurm * Added note about job ID. 4 years ago
tensorflow * Added initial notes on profiling TensorFlow code. 2 years ago
vm * Initial insert of various notes. 3 years ago
.gitignore * Added .gitignore 4 years ago
README.md * Updated README & explained how the KB works. 2 years ago


ODU RCS Knowledge Base Workspace

This git-based KB is to complement RC2 OneNote document and our HPC wiki as a quick-and-dirty, programmer-friendly, collaborative space for storing knowledge, pointers, etc. to non-sensitive information about research computing in general. The target audience of this KB is our own staff (primarily) and the students who are working with us.

Documents in this space is meant to be rather quick and dirty, allowing us to capture information & knowledge and somewhat organize them, without being bogged down with tedious polishing. Once a certain bit of topic has crystallized and matured, we can edit and polish the KB article to become a wiki article or Q&A.

NOTE: WP started this KB as a personal project in 2019, but would like to invite all other RCS staff to work together to create a library of our collective knowledge.