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* Mira - 4.1.0 (static, gnu, mesa swrast)
* Mira - 4.1.0 (static, gnu, mesa swrast)
* Cooley - 4.3.1 (, 5.0.0 in testing)
* Cooley - 4.3.1 (5.0.0 in testing)
* http://www.alcf.anl.gov/user-guides/vis-paraview-red-blood-cell-tutorial
* http://www.alcf.anl.gov/user-guides/vis-paraview-red-blood-cell-tutorial


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* Version 5.0 is installed on Piz Daint a Cray XC30.
* Version 5.0 is installed on Piz Daint a Cray XC30.
* Interactive connection instructions are [http://user.cscs.ch/scientific_computing/data_analysis_and_visualization/visualization_resources/visualization_with_paraview_and_visit/paraview_in_interactive_mode/index.html link here]  
* Interactive connection instructions are [http://user.cscs.ch/scientific_computing/data_analysis_and_visualization/visualization_resources/visualization_with_paraview_and_visit/paraview_in_interactive_mode/index.html here]  


DoD HPCMP
DoD HPCMP

Revision as of 21:27, 21 March 2016

These are some HPC ParaView installations that users with appropriate system credentials can access and run. ParaView is of course free and not centrally managed so this list is necessarily a partial one. See also File->Connect->Fetch Servers in ParaView. The resulting dialog allows you to easily import secure connection paths for for some of the sites that allow interactive connections from the outside world. In either case if the site you use is not listed, please ask your system administrators to install ParaView and to add appropriate links on this page.

ANL

CSCS

  • Version 5.0 is installed on Piz Daint a Cray XC30.
  • Interactive connection instructions are here

DoD HPCMP

LANL

  • ParaView 4.3.1 is on all LANL TOSS machines

LLNL

NCSA

NERSC

NICS

ORNL

Sandia

  • ParaView version 5.0 and Catalyst are deployed on Redsky, Chama, Skybridge, and internal LANs.

TACC

Flux/Nyx University of Michigan