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Start matlab sessions on Linux clusters from your Mac UNIX
Do you need to evaluate lots of all-day computations in parallel on different data sets (i.e., prediction features on EEGs of different epileptic patients)?

Do you have basic Linux scripting knowledge?

Do you want a script-based "three-click-Apple interface" that distributes your ever evolving matlab code, quickly changing control scripts, which is developed on your Mac (but not the static raw data), to your homes and various computer clusters, and run the computation job there with a single command?

Do you have an ssh connection from your Mac to the clusters that cannot be kept up all the time?

If so, I've written a detailed tutorial explaining how to do the above.

[kirkmc adds: Typically we would ask for permission to run the blog linked above as a hint here. However, this one is very long and very specific, and probably applies to only a few users. As such, we've just left the link to the original post in place. Untested by me.]
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HOWTO start lots of matlab sessions on various Linux clusters comfortably from your Mac
Authored by: DylanMuir on Oct 07, '07 10:15:05PM

Is "Hi, check out my blog" a hint now?

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