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==MCMC Implementation with [http://cteg.berkeley.edu/huelsenbeck.html John Huelsenbeck]==
 
==MCMC Implementation with [http://cteg.berkeley.edu/huelsenbeck.html John Huelsenbeck]==
 
This will be a live demonstration of MCMC programming in C++
 
This will be a live demonstration of MCMC programming in C++
* [[Media:woodsHoleMcmc.zip|MCMC coin-flipping C++ program]] from 2012 (includes Xcode project)
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* C++ programming resources
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** for MacOS X, you will need to install the [https://developer.apple.com/technologies/tools/ Apple Developer Tools] -- this includes the Xcode IDE demonstrated in the lab
  
  

Revision as of 10:47, 27 July 2013

Life after Woods Hole

Life_After_Woods_Hole.pdf

Cluster resources

Using the *FREE* iPlant cluster

Compute time grants for researchers on Amazon AWS [1]

Xsede (US only) [2]


MCMC Implementation with John Huelsenbeck

This will be a live demonstration of MCMC programming in C++

  • C++ programming resources
    • for MacOS X, you will need to install the Apple Developer Tools -- this includes the Xcode IDE demonstrated in the lab


Additional optional labs


Miscellany

Links to (somewhat off-topic) things that came up in discussions at the Captain Kidd (or elsewhere)

  • Sim Daltonism: a program that simulates how colors are perceived by people with different types of color blindness
  • PhyloPic: a repository for silhouette images of living organisms