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Welcome To ROGER

Resourcing Open Geospatial Education and Research, ROGER is the world's first-ever CyberGIS Supercomputer designed especially for computationally intensive geospatial data processing and analysis.

ROGER is located at the National Petascale Computing Facility on the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign campus and is managed by the CyberGIS Center for Advanced Digital and Spatial Studies.

About The ROGER User Documentation
 Basic Terms Defined

Key Definitions

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Module: relating to software, module here means an independent component that is part of a larger program.

Environment:

Subsystem:

Program: linked modules.

Job:

Script: text document containing commands and/or executable.

Shell:

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 To Learn More About ROGER:

About ROGER

General overview of the ROGER cluster.

Resource Configuration on ROGER

Introduction & overview to how ROGER is set-up/its subsystems.

ROGER's System Hardware

Technical summary of the cluster's hardware. 

 For Help on Using ROGER:

Quick Start Guide

Brief introduction on how to login and submit a simple batch job on ROGER.

Detailed Subsystem User Guides

Detailed set of user guides for each subsystem, including information on how to optimize the available resources provided by ROGER.

 To Learn More About CyberGIS

About the CyberGIS Project

CyberGIS explained. Includes info on the CyberGIS Center for Advanced Digital and Spatial Studies.

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