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Update to examples – November 9

Sylabs continues to provide example Singularity containers. Our latest installment of updates is as follows: ContikiOSContiki is an open source operating system that runs on tiny low-power microcontrollers and makes it possible to develop applications that make...

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Update to examples – October 2

Here are a few more Singularity containers, that we at Sylabs have put together: CaffeCaffe is a Deep Learning framework. https://github.com/sylabs/examples/tree/master/machinelearning/caffeSingularity Definition File HorovodHorovod is a distributed-training framework...

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Spark on Singularity

Apache Spark is a fast, in-memory data processing engine applicable to large-scale data processing, for both batch and streaming machine learning that requires fast access to data sets. Apache Spark’s run-everywhere ethos is now taken a few steps further with the BYOE...

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RStudio – IDE and Server powered by Singularity

RStudio is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for the R language. By containerizing RStudio, a scientist can leverage the reproducibility and portability of the Singularity platform, allowing them to build data visualizations and analysis tools and ensure...

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Jupyter Notebook containerized with Singularity

Jupyter Notebook is an open source web application environment used to create and share documents containing code, equations, visualizations and narrative text. Use cases include data visualization, statistical modeling and machine learning. Singularity provides a...

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NodeJS on Singularity

We knode you would want NodeJS on Singularity so we you made a recipe. Setup: On your host, create a folder called “node” where we will store our files:To create our recipe and test file run:At this point, your host’s “node” folder will contain the following...

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