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OLCF Help and Policies

See this article in context within the following user guides: Eos | Titan The OLCF provides many tools to assist users, ...
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Allinea DDT

Allinea DDT is an advanced debugging tool used for scalar, multi-threaded, and large-scale parallel applications.
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python

Python is a remarkably powerful dynamic programming language that is used in a wide variety of application domains. Python is often compared to Tcl, Perl, Ruby, Scheme or Java. Some of its key distinguishing features include:
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Access to Eos

See this article in context within the following user guides: Eos All 2014 INCITE, ALCC, and NOAA project are given access ...
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Eos Job Resource Accounting

See this article in context within the following user guides: Eos Charging Factor To match the charge factor for Titan, the usage ...
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Communications to Users

See this article in context within the following user guides: Eos | Titan The OLCF provides users with several ways of ...
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git

Git is an open source version control system designed to handle very large projects with speed and efficiency, but just as well suited for small personal repositories. It is especially popular in the open source community.
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scipy

SciPy is an open source library of algorithms and mathematical tools for the Python programming language that grew out of Travis Oliphant’s original collection of extension modules for Python which he released in 1999 under the name Multipack.
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How to use MKL on Eos with the Intel Compiler

See this article in context within the following user guides: Eos Eos will not have the AMCL math libraries that you ...
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Controlling MPI Task Layout Within an Eos Node

See this article in context within the following user guides: Eos Users have (2) ways to control MPI task layout: Within a ...
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