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Profile Dave Jackson
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Message 59961 - Posted: 11 Apr 2019, 11:47:35 UTC
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Hi,

We have some new webpages that link volunteers to the publications that their computing time has contributed to. They can be accessed via the following url

https://www.cpdn.org/cpdnboinc/user_publications.php

If you click on the paper titles it should take you to the full academic publication.

We are still in the process of getting scientists to back fill publication information and will obviously make sure new publications are recorded going forwards.

Before we release this to all volunteers I thought it was worthwhile getting some feedback form you all.

We have a page which shows all the publications that we have currently entered and gives some more information about each of them (do you think that this extra information should be included on the user specific page for instance).

https://www.cpdn.org/cpdnboinc/cpdn_publications.php

The page behind the “Record New Publication” button on this *should* only be accessible to approved users - let me know if this is not the case.

Look forward to hearing your thoughts.

Best wishes,
Sarah

Edit2: The long term plan is to put a link on the user's account page for this.
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Message 59962 - Posted: 11 Apr 2019, 12:18:41 UTC - in response to Message 59961.  
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The earliest batch number I see on my page is 34 from 2011, the paper coming out in 2012. However I did manage to lose access to the email I previously signed up with and the account associated with and am not sure how long before that I was crunching for.

This is the earliest paper listed in the second link. Not sure if there were papers based on batches before #34 or not.
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Message 59963 - Posted: 11 Apr 2019, 12:41:51 UTC - in response to Message 59961.  

Very nice. I was wondering what we were up to.
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Message 59966 - Posted: 11 Apr 2019, 20:31:56 UTC
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The links under the batch numbers lead to pages with a link called Restricted access to batch CPU analysis, leading to a page asking to log in using an unsafe connection.
The links to the first and third publications on the CPDN Publications page are invalid.
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Message 59967 - Posted: 12 Apr 2019, 0:53:59 UTC - in response to Message 59966.  

The links under the batch numbers lead to pages with a link called Restricted access to batch CPU analysis, leading to a page asking to log in using an unsafe connection.


Those links are for the researchers only.


The links to the first and third publications on the CPDN Publications page are invalid.


I'll pass this on.
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Message 60121 - Posted: 8 May 2019, 19:08:09 UTC

Nice,

I think the additional info on .../cpdn_publications.php is more useful to me. I would also make the project name a link to info about the project


After clicking on a batch number, then at the bottom there is:
A breakdown of successful completions by Operating System

The data can be downloaded as CSV which is good, however the data itself I'm not sure how useful is. If some numbers are provided I'm sure there will be people coming with interesting analysis answering some of the questions we try to discuss in the number crunching sub-forum.

data allowing comparisons between CPUs, sec/TS, etc for a certain batch/model/etc; credit allocation; Win vs Linux vs Mac;

Keep up the good work
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