19. Thank you!


Download a short summary for Getting Started on the Yens as a handy reference guide.

Congratulations! This concludes this “self-paced” Introduction to the Yens Course. Feel free to come back and repeat any part of the course and bookmark the Getting Started Page on RCpedia.

Check out the Intermediate Yens course to learn about Slurm, multiprocessing and managing your environment.

Additional Computing Resources

  • Yen10: a new scheduled Linux computing server offered by the Stanford Graduate School of Business. It is designed to give researchers the ability to run computations that require a large amount of resources without leaving the environment and filesystem of the interactive Yens.
  • Sherlock: If you would like to take advantage of a High-Performance Computing (HPC) cluster built off of a resource scheduler system for your research, SRCC manages the Sherlock cluster. We currently have reserved nodes for GSB research needs and if you are interested in learning more, please contact us.
  • Farmshare 2: The Stanford Research Computing Center (SRCC) offers computing resources to the greater Stanford community. As a member of the university, you are welcome to use these resources and can directly contact SRCC for help or information at srcc-support@stanford.edu.
  • Other Infrastructure: for less conventional tasks, like big data and cloud computing.