Medical Advanced Research Computing (MARC) Training
The Medical Advanced Research Computing (MARC) cluster is a high-performance/high-throughput computational resource to process research data classified as Level 4, based on the University of Calgary's Information Security Classification Standard. MARC is a general purpose, multiuser Linux computational cluster made up of multiple compute nodes to run jobs. Jobs can span more than one compute node if required.
The following materials give you a broad overview of the Medical Advanced Research Computing (MARC) service and step-by-step instructions for all the use-cases you will encounter while using this service.
A user guide on how to use the Medical Advanced Research Computing (MARC) cluster is available.
Frequently asked questions
In this document you will find answers to the typical questions users might ask regarding MARC.
Here you will find a series of videos, each covering an individual use-case. Start by watching the introductory video (inside the 0 – Introduction folder) and then find videos for the use-cases you are looking for (these will be found within the other folders alongside the 0 – Introduction folder).