ClusterJob: An automated system for painless and reproducible massive computational experiments
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Clusterjob, hereafter CJ, is an automation software system, written mainly in perl, for submiting computational jobs to clusters in a hassle-free and reproducible manner. CJ produces 'reporoducible' computational packages for academic publications at no-cost. CJ project started in 2013 at Stanford University by Hatef Monajemi and his PhD advisor David L. Donoho with the goal of encouraging more efficient and reproducible research paradigm. CJ is currently under development. Current implementation allows submission of MATLAB and Python jobs. In the future versions, we hope to include other heavily used programming languages such as R and Julia.

You can read more about CJ on http://clusterjob.org

You can find CJ book project at https://github.com/monajemi/CJ-book

Copyright 2015 Hatef Monajemi (monajemi@stanford.edu)