Resources List

The below is a compilation of resources from Research Computing, PICSciE, Data Services and other organizations on campus.

Princeton Clusters Fundamentals

Getting Started

Linux
The clusters operate in Linux, so it is helpful to become familiar with some basic Linux commands.

SLURM

Handling Programs on the Cluster

Installing/Using Programs

Compiling Programs

Profiling Programs

Debugging Programs

Parallel Programming

Help with Specific Programs

Julia

MATLAB

Python

R

Stata

COMSOL

Other Resource Areas

Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Git

Data

Visualization

Miscellaneous

Troubleshooting

Need more help?

Direct Help from Princeton Research Computing Staff

Help Sessions
If you’d like in-person, one-on-one help, Research Computing runs first come, first served help sessions every week:

  • Tuesdays, 10:30 am - 11:30 am (Lewis Science Library 245)
  • Thursdays, 2:00 pm - 3:00 am (Lewis Science Library 245)

No appointments are necessary.

Submit an Email Ticket
If you are unable to attend a help session, our staff answers questions submitted to cses@princeton.edu during normal business hours.