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Jun 2017
Izaak "Zaak" Beekman
@zbeekman
Jun 16 2017 00:11

Hi @/all, Just wanted to let you know that you can now try OpenCoarrays in the cloud via Binder. It is implemented as a kernel for Jupyter over at https://github.com/sourceryinstitute/jupyter-CAF-kernel. You can launch the binder (which also has python, Julia, and R kernels installed) using this button: Binder.

Navigate to the index.ipynb file to run a demo. Or create a new notebook using the Coarray Fortran kernel and run your own experimental code, after seeing a few tutorial details in the index.ipynb file. If you just want to skip straight to that file use this link: https://bit.ly/TryCoarrays. To get to the full on binder instance, same as the button, go to https://bit.ly/CAF-Binder

Jacob Williams
@jacobwilliams
Jun 16 2017 00:25
That is amazing! Great work!
Stefano Zaghi
@szaghi
Jun 16 2017 03:07
Wonderful! Great Work!
Izaak "Zaak" Beekman
@zbeekman
Jun 16 2017 14:52
Also, I just want to add I installed a kernel multiplexing kernel: allthekernels. If you use that as the main notebook kernel, then you specify the kernel for each cell using >kernel-name at the top of the cell. So you could create a notebook with python, fortran, julia, r etc. cells. Perhaps this could be useful for computing some data in one language (Fortran) and then plotting it and/or post processing it in another language (python or R)