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Recent posts

[ECCO] New High-Performance R versions available

We've installed high-performance versions of R 3.0.2 (compiled against the Intel Math Kernel Library (MKL) and the AMD Core Math Library (ACML)) on all compute nodes. Continue reading →

[ECCO] Multiple new Python for statistical computing deployed

We've installed Anaconda Python on all compute nodes, both Python 2.7 and 3.3, as well as standard packages for scientific computing such as  NumPySciPyPandasIPythonMatplotlibNumbaBlazeBokehContinue reading →

[ECCO] New command 'module' to manage software on ECCO

We have installed a new tool to manage varying software environments: module. Upcoming R and Matlab upgrades will require the use of that command in your qsub jobs (point-and-click interactive sessions will be automatically updated). Continue reading →

Octave available on compute nodes

We have installed Octave 3.4 on all compute nodes. The usual desktop launcher (menu and 'ioctave') as well as qsub convenience script ('qoctave') are available.

Note that Octave is not installed on the SDS; however, it can be installed upon demand.

QWIPU R2013Q2 (data through 2012:3) available for download and on ECCO

The most recent QWIPU data for all participating LED states are available for download from our download server. The release R2013Q2 covers data through 2012:3, for 49 states and the District of Columbia. Continue reading →