DiaGrid No Forms. No waiting. Just instant access to high-throughput computing.

DiaGrid Hub is a science gateway that connects users to a powerful and diverse set of advanced computing resources (Purdue clusters, XSEDE systems) and helps the science community share resources, applications and collaborate with each other. It is free for users to sign up and access computing resources instantly. Based on the HUBzero and its virtualized middleware, DiaGrid supports scalable access to powerful computation resources through online tools, and is self-service – users may upload their own content – including scientific applications and tools, datasets, tutorials, courses, publications, etc., and share with other users, groups or publicly. Users may launch simulations and analyze results via an ordinary web browser without downloading, compiling, or installing any software. Tool developers can follow an automated process to create, install, test, and publish interactive tools on the DiaGrid web site. Computational tools on DiaGrid include bioinformatics (BLAST, BEAST, etc), simulations (GROMACS, NAMD, CryoEM, etc), visualization tools (ParaView, PyMol, etc) and general purpose computational tools such as IDEs with plugins for submitting jobs to HPC resources (e.g., RStudio, Spyder for Python, SubmitR for serial, parallel and parameter sweeps jobs, etc). DiaGrid.org also hosts science gateways for research groups. 

Access is free of charge:  diagrid.org. Or, visit the DIY area to share your own tools.

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