Using compiler options to help debug programs

Once we’ve written a program more advanced than our “Hello, world!” example, we’re going to make mistakes. In this post, we’ll look a...

in rse, May 11, 2022

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Using compiler options to help debug programs

Once we’ve written a program more advanced than our “Hello, world!” example, we’re going to make mistakes. In this post, we’ll look at how we can use the very compilers we’re using to...

in rse, May 11, 2022

Visualising HEALPix results with Jupyter Notebook

In this tutorial we’ll be showing you how to visualise HEALPix results using Jupyter Notebook in our OnDemand appliance on the Apocrita HPC cluster. We’ll start with installing the re...

in tutorial, Mar 07, 2022

Introducing Sherman Lo, RSE

Hello! I am Sherman and I have just joined the RSE team at Queen Mary. Glad to meet you all!

in rse, Jan 26, 2022

File Permissions

An understanding of file permissions is important to the success of computational jobs, and the security of your files.

in tutorial, Jan 10, 2022

Modules Update December 2021

Since the last module update in December 2019, we have:

in modules, Jan 06, 2022

One year of code review club with the William Harvey Research Institute

Over the past year, researchers from QMUL’s William Harvey Research Institute (WHRI) have engaged on a collaborative code review club. Through this collaborative effort the group aims...

in rse, Dec 21, 2021

Introductory computing skills for researchers: Software Carpentry with RSLondon

Research Software London is a community to support the use and development of research software in London and the South East. Since 2019, RSLondon has run a number ofSoftware Carpentr...

in rse, Dec 16, 2021

Christmas Closure 2021

Please note that due to college closure for Christmas, there will be minimal customer support after Tuesday 21st Dec 2021 until the college re-opens on the 4th January 2022. Please ex...

in news, Dec 07, 2021

Comparison of Python Distributions on Apocrita

When it comes to picking a distribution, Python programmers are spoilt for choice. We’re going to compare two of the most popular (CPython and Anaconda) and one that promises big perf...

in rse, Dec 01, 2021

Running Machine Learning workloads on Apocrita

In this tutorial we’ll be showing you how to run a TensorFlow job using the GPU nodes on the Apocrita HPCcluster. We will expand upon the essentials provided on the QMUL HPCdocs site,...

in tutorial, Oct 14, 2021