Research Desktop (RED) at IU
Started Jan 1, 2019
Full course description
About This Training
Research Desktop (RED) is a graphical desktop service for users with accounts on the Carbonate research supercomputer at Indiana University. RED is designed for users who are unaccustomed to working in Unix-like command-line environments. RED helps reduce the learning curve for users with little or no command-line experience and, as a result, promotes broader use of IU's research cyberinfrastructure.
Length: 1-2 weeks
Audience: IU students, faculty, staff, and non-IU collaborators with IU guest account
This course will introduce the operation of IU High Performance Computing Systems and Research Desktop (RED) including the data storage option, sensitive data management, Research Desktop basic operation, file transmission and job execution. There are some practice questions that can help you to practice the Carbonate opreating skills.
Research Technologies at firstname.lastname@example.org
To enroll in the course:
- Click “Enroll”
- Login to Expand if you have not already done so. (You will either use your IU credentials to login, or take steps to create a guest login if you do not have IU credentials.)
- Click “Enroll in Course”
- Select “Go to Your Dashboard”
- Locate the proper course under “In Progress” then select “Begin Course"