A program to plot E@H jobs

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For anyone curious about what Projects and tasks are in their job_log_einstein.phys.uwm.edu.txt file, or similarly structured archived log files, there's an app for that at https://github.com/csecht/plot-einstein-jobs. Check out the README on that page. From there, you can also raise an Issue if you find problems or have suggestions for improvement.

 

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cecht wrote: For anyone

cecht wrote:

For anyone curious about what Projects and tasks are in their job_log_einstein.phys.uwm.edu.txt file, or similarly structured archived log files, there's an app for that at https://github.com/csecht/plot-einstein-jobs. Check out the README on that page. From there, you can also raise an Issue if you find problems or have suggestions for improvement.

Does this plot every job for a user or is more on a pc by pc basis?

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It's local to the PC. There's

It's local to the PC. There's no connection to an E@H account. I'll clarify that in the README. Users can set a non-default path to any job_log file, but I don't know whether remote paths would work.

Sorry for the late reply.

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cecht wrote: It's local to

cecht wrote:

It's local to the PC. There's no connection to an E@H account. I'll clarify that in the README. Users can set a non-default path to any job_log file, but I don't know whether remote paths would work.

Sorry for the late reply. 

No problem and thank your

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