Make Course Announced


Have you ever thought about how you can make your results easier to reproduce?

Make is a tool which can run commands to read files, process these files in some way, and write out the processed files. For example, in software development, Make is used to compile source code into executable programs or libraries, but Make can also be used for many other tasks.

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NAG Numerical & Statistical Routines within MATLAB


NAG (The Numerical Algorithms Group) are running a training session on how to make the most of their numerical and statistical routines within MATLAB.  The NAG Library, and Fortran Compiler, are available to University of Manchester staff and students for use on both institutional and personal machines for academic use under a site-wide license.

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Git now Available on Managed Desktops


Research IT has arranged for the latest version of Git (v.2.10.2) to be available on all staff managed desktops. Git is a version control system that allows software developers to have complete control and management of their code development ensuring that you can easily revert back to previous versions, share your code and collaborate with others. Continue reading

Avizo December Training Courses


Two Avizo courses will take place in the Photon Science Institute (PSI) at the university in December.  An introductory course will take place on the 6th followed by an advanced course on the 7th.  The courses are free to students / members of staff at the University of Manchester but external attendees will be charged.

Registration has now closed for these training events.

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