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Spring 2017 Workshops

Posted on: February 6th, 2017 by bnpharr

MCSR will once again offer technical workshops to assist our users and others in the University community in getting the most out of their computing resources. Each topic is offered twice each week. All workshops are from 2-3pm in Weir 107. Please register for each workshop by clicking on the appropriate link below. Direct any […]

Python for non-programmers

Posted on: October 25th, 2016 by bnpharr

MCSR is offering a workshop on the Python programming language aimed at beginner and non-programmers. Python is a very popular free and open source programming language used for everything from data analysis to robotics. This will be a hands-on workshop. The workshop will be offered twice, on Wednesday, November 2nd and Thursday, November 3rd from […]

Introduction to R

Posted on: October 25th, 2016 by bnpharr

MCSR is offering a workshop on the R programming language. It will be offered twice, on Wednesday, October 26th and Thursday, October 27th from 2-3pm. Both workshops will be held in Weir 107. Click on the corresponding link to register. Email Ben Pharr with any questions. The R programming language is used primarily for statistical […]

Fall 2015 Workshops

Posted on: September 18th, 2015 by bnpharr

MCSR will once again offer technical workshops to assist our users and others in the University community in getting the most out of their computing resources. Each topic is offered twice each week. Direct any questions to Ben Pharr at bnpharr@olemiss.edu or 915-3036.   Date Course 09/22 Introduction to the UNIX Command Line: Intro to […]

Fall 2014 Workshops

Posted on: August 22nd, 2014 by bnpharr

MCSR will once again offer technical workshops to assist our users and others in the University community in getting the most out of their computing resources. Each topic is offered twice each week. Direct any questions to Ben Pharr at bnpharr@olemiss.edu or 915-3036. Date Course 09/09 Introduction to the UNIX Command Line: Intro to using […]

MCSR Spring Workshops

Posted on: January 28th, 2014 by bnpharr

MCSR will once again offer technical workshops to assist our users and others in the University community in getting the most out of their computing resources. Each topic is offered twice each week. Direct any questions to Ben Pharr at bnpharr@olemiss.edu or 915-3036. Date Course 01/28 Introduction to the UNIX Command Line: Intro to using […]

Fall 2012 Workshops

Posted on: August 31st, 2012 by bnpharr

This semester MCSR will offer several workshops on the University of Mississippi campus to help train users to utilize the servers and software we administrate. Each workshop will be offered twice during a single week, on Wednesday and Thursday at 3pm. Each workshop will be approximately one hour long. With one noted exception, all workshops […]

MATLAB Reactivation Procedure

Posted on: April 19th, 2012 by bnpharr

The University has renewed the campus MATLAB license. All users of the MATLAB campus license will need to reactivate your MATLAB installation to use the new license unless you installed after April 1st, 2012. To reactivate your current Windows or Mac OS X installation: start MATLAB, then choose Help->Licensing->Update Current Licenses. Choose “License 585993: Total […]

Spring 2012 Workshops

Posted on: February 10th, 2012 by bnpharr

MCSR has scheduled the following workshops for this semester: Introduction to UNIX – Part 1, Thursday, February 9th, 3pm, Weir 107 Introduction to UNIX – Part 2, Thursday, February 16th, 3pm, Weir 107 Programming in Python for Beginners, Thursday, March 1st, 3pm, Weir 107 Version Control with Subversion, Wednesday, March 7th, 3pm, Weir 107 Introduction […]

ADF at MCSR

Posted on: March 24th, 2011 by Brian Hopkins

MCSR is pleased to announce our acquisition of a two-year license for the Amsterdam Density Functional (ADF) software package.  ADF is a high-performance software package that can greatly improve the productivity and research throughput for researchers doing large calculations with density functional theory.   It’s been installed on sequoia and is available immediately.  To get started […]