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 ====== High Performance Computing ====== ====== High Performance Computing ======
  
-Welcome to the official documentation of the SCC: the Scientific Compute Cluster. It is the high performance computing system operated by the GWDG for both the Max Planck Society and the University of Göttingen.+Welcome to the official documentation of the Scientific Compute Cluster (SCC). It is the high performance computing system operated by the GWDG for both the Max Planck Society and the University of Göttingen.
  
 This documentation will give you the necessary information to get access to the system, find the right software or compile your own, and run calculations. This documentation will give you the necessary information to get access to the system, find the right software or compile your own, and run calculations.
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 We provide a growing number of programs, libraries, and software on our system. These are available as ''modules''. You can find a list with the ''module avail'' command and load them via ''module load''. For example, if you want to run [[https://www.gromacs.org|GROMACS]], you simply use ''module load gromacs'' to get the most recent version. Additionally, we use a package management tool called Spack to install software. A guide on how to use modules and Spack is available [[en:services:application_services:high_performance_computing:spack_and_modulefiles|here]]. We provide a growing number of programs, libraries, and software on our system. These are available as ''modules''. You can find a list with the ''module avail'' command and load them via ''module load''. For example, if you want to run [[https://www.gromacs.org|GROMACS]], you simply use ''module load gromacs'' to get the most recent version. Additionally, we use a package management tool called Spack to install software. A guide on how to use modules and Spack is available [[en:services:application_services:high_performance_computing:spack_and_modulefiles|here]].
  
-We provide different compilers and libraries if you want to compile your software on your own. As with the rest of the software, these are available as modules. These include ''gcc'', ''intel'' and ''nvhpc'' as compilers, ''openmpi'', ''intel-mpi'' as MPI libraries, and others such as ''fftw'' and ''hdf5''. You can find more specific instructions on code compilation on our [[en:services:application_services:high_performance_computing:software:compilation|dedicated page]].+We provide different compilers and libraries if you want to compile your software on your own. As with the rest of the software, these are available as modules. These include ''gcc'', ''intel''and ''nvhpc'' as compilers, ''openmpi'', ''intel-mpi'' as MPI libraries, and others such as ''fftw'' and ''hdf5''. You can find more specific instructions on code compilation on our [[en:services:application_services:high_performance_computing:software:compilation|dedicated page]].
  
 ===== A short note on naming ===== ===== A short note on naming =====