RCS would like to congratulate class of 2019 graduates! In anticipation of your departure from HBS, we'd like to bring to your attention the following RCS-related departure checklist that may require action on your part before losing network access on June 30th.
Over the past few weeks, you may have noticed that the RCS intranet has received a facelift! In addition to restructuring content, the updated page includes several new features that we hope will streamline users’ experiences. In particular, we now offer forms that allow users to:
Natural Language Processing (NLP) assists computers with processing and understanding natural human language, such as speeches, tweets, and newspaper articles. NLP can range from counting the number of times a word appears in text to analyses that assess attitudes (e.g., positive, negative). NLP can be conducted on a variety of platforms, including the robust NLTK package in Python and several libraries in R.
For an introduction and hands-on experience using the NLTK in Python, DataCamp provides a free module as part of their NLP fundamentals course:...
Thanks again for being an early adopter of the new compute grid. As we’re about to open officially on Monday, we would like to take this opportunity to update the central R / RStudio installation for a number of reasons. We would do this work early in the day on Monday, and it would upgrade R to 3.5.1, from 3.4.2. (Note that this update would require an update/reinstall of any R packages that had been compiled.)
Greetings! We are happy to announce the opening of HBS Compute Grid 2.5, beginning Monday, Nov 19th.
Based on both research computing trends and recommendations from the HBS research computing environment assessment, Research Computing Services (RCS) has been working closely with HBS IT to make improvements to our local compute grid. This new compute grid, v2.5, provides the following updates and...
RCS would like to congratulate class of 2018 graduates! In preparation to leave HBS, we'd like to bring to your attention the following RCS-related departure checklist that may require action on your part before losing network access on June 30th.
HBS licenses – Have you removed HBS-issued research software?
Every year, HBS IT requires that users change their passwords for security protocol. As a guest of HBS, you will be getting the following email below once you hit the one year mark of using HBS resources. Please note that the procedure for changing your password is different from the instructions outlined below because you do not have access to the “myHBS” portal.
Instead, please follow this link to change your password:...