This post covers setting up and using a DGX1.[Read More]
Most of the useful information is at the top of the page, in the Links and Materials menus. I occasionally post here, as well, and those post are below.
With the recent release of Anaconda 5.3, along with default Python 3.7 support, I’ve reinstalled my Anaconda distributions and would like to note down the extra packages I find useful.[Read More]
This is a guide to using the GPUs on Goofy (or other similar systems)[Read More]
PHYS 5041/6041: Computational Physics
- Instructor: Henry Schreiner @ CERN in Geneva, Switzerland via WebEx.
- M, W, F from 8:55 - 9:50 AM in Geo/Phys Room 300/Hauck. Remote attendance (by request) and recorded lectures will be available.
- Office hours: 10AM-11AM Monday and Friday via video chat (WebEx or Skype, TBD).
- Course websites:
This is a quick outline of the steps needed to work on the Velo tracking (binning project).[Read More]
ROOT Default Compression in 6.14
There was a new compression algorithm in ROOT 6.12/02 that was faster than the old ZLIB default, but nearly as good as LZMA. It was called LZ4. In ROOT 6.14/00, that new algorithm is now the default algorithm. Which means that a file saved in ROOT 6.14 does not work in ROOT older than 6.12/02, 6.10/08, 6.08/06, or 5.34/38! For example, if you are using ROOT 6.06 on LxPlus, you are out of luck. The following are some suggestions for ways to fix this. (Note: once ROOT 6.14/02 comes out, please use that, as the suggestions are better there!)[Read More]
This covers the PV finder generation, and discusses the access of the data.[Read More]
This is an example transfer from LxPlus to Goofy:
globus-url-copy -vb -p 16 -create-dest filename.thing sshftp://email@example.com/data/myfolder/filename.thing