CreatorAndrew Dolgert, Steve Lantz
ContributorCornell University
PublisherCornell University
DescriptionWhile Python is a scripting language, it has plenty of facilities for high performance computing. This article covers some of its features and libraries that are particularly helpful when moving scientific code to a large cluster resource. It also includes specific recipes for compilation and execution on the TACC clusters.
SubjectComputer Science, Information Technology
KeywordCornell Virtual Workshop
AudienceEducator, Learner/Student, Student
Education LevelHigher Education, Graduate/Professional, Undergraduate (Lower Division), Undergraduate (Upper Division)
HPCU SubjectNone listed
HPCU Subject 2Software, Programming, Computer Systems Organization, Software Development Stages, Lifecycle, Concurrent, Parallel, or Distributed Programming
TypeTutorial, Instructional Material, Lecture/Presentation, Lesson/Lesson Plan, Course, Curriculum
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