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Instrumentation and Analysis part 1

In a first part, we will present the basics of tracing and what the major issues are. We will present some of the main tracing environments and try to compare them. We will focus on extrae and present some mechanisms that allow to increase scalability. We will also describe some of the analysis capabilities motivating such mechanisms and how to use them. In particular, we will present a couple of recent developments with clustering and processing sampled data ("folding"). We will illustrate the resulting analysis with paraver. ...
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le (1h8m22s)

Instrumentation and Analysis part 2

In a first part, we will present the basics of tracing and what the major issues are. We will present some of the main tracing environments and try to compare them. We will focus on extrae and present some mechanisms that allow to increase scalability. We will also describe some of the analysis capabilities motivating such mechanisms and how to use them. In particular, we will present a couple of recent developments with clustering and processing sampled data ("folding"). We will illustrate the resulting analysis with paraver. ...
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le (1h45m50s)

Best Practices for Reproducible Research part 1

The aim of this tutorial is to sensibilize the audience to the experiment and analysis reproducibility issue in particular in computer science. I will present tools that help answering the analysis problem and may also reveal useful for managing the experimental process through notebooks. More precisely, I will introduce the audience to the following tools: R and ggplot2 that provide a standard, efficient and flexible data management and graph generation mechanism. Although R is quite cumbersome at first for computer ...
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le (36m11s)

Best Practices for Reproducible Research part 2

The aim of this tutorial is to sensibilize the audience to the experiment and analysis reproducibility issue in particular in computer science. I will present tools that help answering the analysis problem and may also reveal useful for managing the experimental process through notebooks. More precisely, I will introduce the audience to the following tools: R and ggplot2 that provide a standard, efficient and flexible data management and graph generation mechanism. Although R is quite cumbersome at first for computer ...
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