# Difference between revisions of "Connecting/Using our research servers"

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* Command line guides for running matlab, maple, macaulay2, etc [https://sites.google.com/a/wisc.edu/math-intranet/home/computing/linux/research-computing/mathematical-programs-and-tools] | * Command line guides for running matlab, maple, macaulay2, etc [https://sites.google.com/a/wisc.edu/math-intranet/home/computing/linux/research-computing/mathematical-programs-and-tools] | ||

* Specific commands for using our research servers collaboratively: [https://sites.google.com/a/wisc.edu/math-intranet/home/computing/linux/research-computing/specific-commands-to-use-with-research-computing] | * Specific commands for using our research servers collaboratively: [https://sites.google.com/a/wisc.edu/math-intranet/home/computing/linux/research-computing/specific-commands-to-use-with-research-computing] | ||

+ | * [[How to Use Intel Parallel Studio Compilers (icc and ifort)]] |

## Latest revision as of 12:49, 11 December 2019

The Math Department has several research servers for your use, as well as the capability to use the Advanced Computing Infrastructure's condor cluster for your computing needs.

Here's a list of resources that might be of help...

- How to connect and run a program on a server
- How to connect to a Magma Machine to run Magma (pdf)[1]
- List of our research machines[2]
- Command line guides for running matlab, maple, macaulay2, etc [3]
- Specific commands for using our research servers collaboratively: [4]
- How to Use Intel Parallel Studio Compilers (icc and ifort)