Introduction to HPC

This workshop will provide an overview of what a High-Performance Computing system looks like. Users will get hands on experience with a small cluster, and learn how to use Linux command-line tools to write Slurm scripts which they can submit as simple batch jobs. After the workshop, users will be able to use what they learn on much bigger systems.

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Introduction to TensorFlow and Machine Learning

This workshop is an introduction to how deep learning works and how you could create a neural network using TensorFlow v2. We start by learning the basics of deep learning including what a neural network is, how information passes through the network, and how the network learns from data through the automated process of gradient descent. You would build, train and evaluate your very own network using a cloud GPU.

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Introduction to Unix Shell and Command Line Interface

Use of the shell is fundamental to using a wide range of other powerful tools and computing resources (including “high-performance computing” supercomputers). This workshop will start you on a path towards using these resources effectively and guides you through the basics of file systems and the shell.

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MASSIVE Machine Learning User Community Meeting

The team at MASSIVE and Monash eResearch has recognised a need to strengthen the machine learning capability of M3, and we’ve been working to identify how we can improve the experience of our ML users. We are excited to share some of this positive work we have undertaken in collaboration with the Monash DataScience and AI platform, in a community meeting on the 22nd of May.

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Introduction to High Performance Computing

This workshop will provide an overview of what a High-Performance Computing system looks like. Users will get hands on experience with a small cluster, and learn how to use Linux command-line tools to write Slurm scripts which they can submit as simple batch jobs. After the workshop, users will be able to use what they learn on much bigger systems.

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Data Fluency: Introduction to Unix shell and Command Line Interface

Register now for our upcoming Introduction to Unix Shell and Command Line Interface workshop delivered online via Zoom on Thursday 23 April from 1:00pm-5:00pm. We strongly recommend that you log on from 12:30pm to troubleshoot any connection issues to Zoom and Slack. We’ll be available after the workshop until 5:30pm for informal discussions.

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Data Fluency: Introduction to HPC (High Performance Computing)

Register now for our upcoming Introduction to HPC workshop being held at the Clayton campus on Friday 20th March from 10 am – 3 pm. This workshop is aimed at beginners. However, it is mandatory that you have prior command-line experience. BYO laptop to the workshop. This workshop will provide an overview of what a High-Performance Computing system looks… Read more »

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Data Fluency: Introduction to HPC

This workshop will provide an overview of what a High-Performance-Computing system looks like. Users will get hands on experience with a small cluster, and learn how to use Linux command-line tools to write Slurm scripts which they can submit as simple batch jobs. After the workshop, users will be able to use what they learn on much bigger systems.

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Data Fluency: Image analysis in Python with SciPy and scikit-image

Register now for our upcoming workshop on Image analysis in Python with SciPy and scikit-image at the Clayton campus on Wednesday 4th December 2019. From telescopes to satellite cameras to electron microscopes, scientists are producing more images than they can manually inspect. This tutorial will introduce automated image analysis using the “images as numpy arrays” abstraction, run through various fundamental image processing and image analysis operations, and finally complete one or two more advanced real-world examples.

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