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Thomas Green

Thomas Green

Worked at the Met Office between 2006 and 2013, since 2013 supporting researchers at Cardiff University.

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Portal to a new Galaxy

Posted on 24 October 2014 by Thomas Green

Within the ARCCA team we are investigating ways we can open up high-performance computing (HPC) to a wider audience. I should add this is not just an issue within ARCCA […]

Performant Python with Intel MKL

Posted on 15 October 2014 by Thomas Green

ARCCA have recently been helping a research group at Cardiff University to benchmark their code. The code was based on Python and had many options to perform FFT analysis. One […]

Postive performance with C++

Posted on 1 October 2014 by Thomas Green

Recently a researcher has come to us with a performance issue in their code.  The code was written in C++ and was taking a very long time to run - […]

Scoping out ARCCA

Posted on 11 September 2014 by Thomas Green

If you have read the previous posts you will see that they can be quite technical and a couple of readers have mentioned they would like to read about something […]

Excelling in R

Posted on 1 September 2014 by Thomas Green

Recently we have helped researchers wanting to perform a large analysis of data that was in an Excel spreadsheet. We had over 70,000 rows and around 20 columns which required […]

Arguments cause headaches

Posted on 27 August 2014 by Thomas Green

Having spent some time taking a look at a problem for a researcher where a program would quit with the dreaded: Segmentation fault (core dumped) It led to a common […]

Hello world!

Posted on 22 August 2014 by Thomas Green

Welcome to the ARCCA-scope This blog is brought to you by ARCCA, Advanced Research Computing at Cardiff.  We hope to bring you - a Cardiff University researcher or someone who […]