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Explore the Knowledge Base and connect with community experts and other researchers. Browse materials to solve common problems and reduce the learning curve. Ask questions on our expert-monitored Q&A Forums or on Slack. Join communities that organize information and communication around a common theme.
Getting Started with ACCESS
ACCESS Services are many and varied including allocations, authorization & authentication, user support, performance monitoring and measurement and more… for a growing NSF Cyber-ecosystem for research computing and data. Explore how to get started in ACCESS!
How do I request compute or storage resources?
Everything you need to know about getting resources from ACCESS.
Where can I find information that was on the XSEDE User Portal?
A handy list of where to find info for researchers with XSEDE experience.
Frequently Asked Questions
The goal of the ACCESS CSSN program is to provide crowd-sourced opportunities to meet the needs of the community, to engage community organizations and members in this process, and to be inclusive and collaborative. Financial incentives are available to support a number of activities: trainings, participation in community discussion forums, adding CI links via the CSSN Community Engagement program (CCEP). Opportunities for active and up-and-coming leaders in our community to participate in advisory roles are also available through serving on the CCEP Grant Committee, Ask.CI Committee, or MatchPlus/Premier Committee.
The ACCESS Support team looks forward to working with the community to further develop the CSSN. Contact us for more info or sign up here.
The CSSN Community Engagement Program (CCEP) is accepting applications for travel support ($500-$2500) for CSSN members to recognize helpful contributions to the community. There are two ways to participate in the program:
1. Community Grant submissions to create new documentation, videos, tutorials or live events which must be approved before work is started. Submissions are reviewed once a month by the community grants committee.
2. Community Contribution Rewards where the submitter contributes first and then applies for a reward. Submissions are reviewed once a month by the Ask.CI committee.
Visit our Forums
ACCESS Support is partnering with the Ask.CI Q&A Platform for Research Computing to provide a wide array of Q&A forums to facilitate community-driven discourse about ACCESS resources as well as other topics of interest. A sampling of forums is listed below.
Community Contributed CI Links
ACCESS Support encourages contributions of useful websites, documentation, community forums, and videos. A sampling of resources is included below.
The Carpentries teach foundational coding and data science skills to researchers worldwide.
Cornell Virtual Workshop
Comprehensive training resource for high performance computing topics.
Using Linux commands in a python script
Learn how to use the subprocess and os modules in python to run shell commands in a python script that runs on a cluster.
Higher Ed Controlled Unclassified Information Slack (HigherEdCUI)
This slack channel is an excellent resource for conversing about CUI.
Version control with Git
Understand the benefits of an automated version control system and the basics of how automated version control systems work.