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Scientific computing

We offer assistance with usage of compute clusters, such as how to access the systems, using or compiling your software, and how to run your programs in the most efficient way.

Resources

Each consortium has their own specific cluster documentation page.

ConsortiumDocumentation
ACENEThttp://www.ace-net.ca/wiki
CAChttp://cac.queensu.ca/wiki
Calcul Québechttps://wiki.calculquebec.ca
SciNethttps://wiki.scinet.utoronto.ca
WestGridhttps://www.westgrid.ca/support

General documentation is available on the Digital Research Alliance of Canada at https://docs.alliancecan.ca/wiki/Technical_documentation

man taking notes next to a computer
man taking notes next to a computer

Seminars

Additional resources

Compute Ontario offers virtual weekly informational series hosted on Zoom on a wide range of Digital Research Infrastructure (DRI) topics such as advanced research computing (ARC), research data management (RDM), and research software (RS).
Discover Compute Ontario Colloquia series