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This talk will cover what virtual desktop infrastructure is available, how to connect via the web, how to connect via a VNC client, and how to use the resources. Particular emphasis will be placed on performing visualization.
 
This talk will cover what virtual desktop infrastructure is available, how to connect via the web, how to connect via a VNC client, and how to use the resources. Particular emphasis will be placed on performing visualization.
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In addition to the cluster command-line interface used for scheduling batch jobs, SHARCNET provides a virtual desktop interface. This interface can be accessed via the web site or a VNC client and is intended mainly for pre- and post-processing data with graphical applications.

This talk will cover what virtual desktop infrastructure is available, how to connect via the web, how to connect via a VNC client, and how to use the resources. Particular emphasis will be placed on performing visualization.