Re: [R] R and multithread

From: Bert Gunter <gunter.berton_at_gene.com>
Date: Wed, 06 Apr 2011 13:22:52 -0700

How about googling it?!!

"R multithread"
" R Parallel processing"

both got numerous apprently relevant hits.

Also please familiarize yourself with CRAN's task views, where you will find HighPerformanceComputing.

On Wed, Apr 6, 2011 at 5:27 AM, David martin <vilanew_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> Sorry if this question has been posted before but could't find out exactly
> an answer to the question....
>
> I'm doing bioinformatics and doing small RNA sequencing that make use of
> packages such as DESeq and EDGE. For those familiar with this data you will
> notice that you end up having large matrices with millions of entries. So i
> guess many people might be facing the same problem of dealing with so big
> matrices. and vectors.
>
> I've heard of people using other math libraries (since the default R math
> lib is single core). to compile R and make it use several procs on the
> server. I'm not familiar with the different math libs availables (BLAS,..)
>
> Can i use faster math libraries so that R uses the full procs capacities of
> my server ?
>
> I'm running 2.12.2 on an  linux server (16cpu with 32Gb ram).
>
> thanks for your tips,
> david
>
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Bert Gunter
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