In partnership with PRACE and HPC Wales, a training course in the use of SPRINT for post-genomics analysis was held at Swansea University on May 29th and 30th, 2014.
Course materials for download
SPRINT version 1.0.5 released. Apart from general bug fixes and updates, this release:
- added "pstringdistmatrix", which allows calculation of distances between character strings (e.g. nucleotide sequences)
- compliant with Message Passing Interface (MPI) standard 3
In partnership with PRACE, training in the use of SPRINT for post-genomics analysis will be held at the Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre on May 29th and 30th, 2013.
The course will include:
The first ever SPRINT training course will be run at NAG Oxford on December 1st 2011. The course aims to give a general overview of the hardware, software and configuration of the HECToR system, the UK supercomuting service, in the context of using SPRINT.
SPRINT parallel clustering function partitioning around medoid, available in SPRINT Beta 3, was presented at the International Workshop on High Performance Computing Systems for Biomedical, Bioinformatics and Life Sciences (BILIS 2011), Istanbul, Turkey.
SPRINT parallel random forest classifier, available in SPRINT Beta 4, was presented at the ACM International Symposium on High Performance Distributed Computing 2011 at the Emerging Computational Methods for the Life Sciences Workshop, San Diego, USA.
Using SPRINT in the cloud was presented at CloudStat, a workshop on Grid and Cloud Computing for Computational (Bio-)Statistics in Garching, Germany.
SPRINT was presented at the Bioconductor Developer Meeting Europe in Heidelberg, Germany and the BioSS Annual General Meeting in Edinburgh, UK.
SPRINT Beta 2 was presented at the useR!2010 meeting in Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA.
SPRINT Beta 2 was presented at the ACM International Symposium on High Performance Distributed Computing 2010 at the Emerging Computational Methods for the Life Sciences Workshop, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
SPRINT Beta 1 was presented at the edikt2010 Symposium - Using Computing in your Research in Edinburgh, UK.
SPRINT Beta 1 was presented at the Data-Intensive Research meeting and at the Neuroscience Day 2010 in Edinburgh, UK.
SPRINT Beta 1 was presented at the R User Meeting in Edinburgh, UK.
SPRINT Prototype was presented in the poster session at the edikt2009 Symposium - Using Computing in your Researcn in Dundee, UK.