Computational Cluster and Research Computing Services
General information about Lafayette's high-performance computational cluster and research computing services.
Accessing HPC Systems
Information related to obtaining an account for the cluster, logging into it, copying files to/from it, etc.
An array of software is available for use on the cluster, including Anaconda/Python, Jupyter Notebook, R, Gaussian, Stata, Mathematica, and more. Click here to see the list, as well as instructions for accessing/using them.
The College provides access to Jupyter Notebook environments via Google Colab and JupyterHub, depending on use case.
RStudio Cloud is a web-based service that delivers the experience of RStudio in a browser. It is intended for use in courses designed to make use of projects and assignments in R.
The Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) has concluded formal operations as a National Science Foundation (NSF) funded project. Similar services are now operated through the NSF’s follow-on program, Advanced Cyberinfrastructure Coordination Ecosystem: Services & Support (ACCESS).