UW Statistics Computing Resources

Computing resources already available to faculty in the Department of Statistics. (PDF Summary for use in grant proposals)

Statistics Computing Resources

  • High Performance Research Computing Resources:
    • Compute clusters
      • OS: Debian 7 running Mosix2
      • laplace.stat.washington.edu
        • 16 node, 192 Core, 1,024 GB (1TB) Ram, 10Gb interconnect
        • Cores/Node: 12, RAM/Node: 64GB
      • student.stat.washington.edu
        • 16 node, 128 Core, 256 GB Ram
        • Cores/Node: 8, RAM/Node: 16GB
      • newton.stat.washington.edu
        • 2 node, 64 core, 1,024 GB (1TB) Ram, 10Gb interconnect
        • Cores/Node: 32, RAM/Node: 512GB
      • faloorum.stat.washington.edu
        • 16 node, 160 Core, 640 GB Ram, 10Gb interconnect, restricted access
        • * Note: Nodes 1-8 are different from nodes 9-16:
        • Nodes 1-8: 8 Cores/Node, 32GB RAM/Node
        • Nodes 9-16: 12 Cores/Node, 48GB RAM/Node
  • General Computing Resources:
    • R Studio servers (beta)
    • Virtual Labs
      • Access to department licenses software in a dedicated machine environment
      • Can be used in classroom scenario with students connecting form their personal laptops
      • view.stat.washington.edu
    • Windows Terminal Services
      • Provide centralized remote access to Windows desktops and software
      • ts1.stat.washington.edu, 24 GB Ram, 8 Cores @ 2.0 GHz (Intel L5335)
      • ts2.stat.washington.edu, 16 GB Ram, 8 Cores
    • Linux login servers
      • General Linux/Unix computing
      • madrid.stat.washington.edu
    • Web servers
    • Printing services
      • lager.stat.washington.edu (Windows)
      • printer.stat.washington.edu (Linux)
    • Desktops
      • Dell Optiplex 990 and 9010
      • Windows 8 or Ubuntu 13
      • 4 Cores, 4 GB of Ram