Terminalapplication and type
module avail. This will show a long list of software packages that is organized by category (see example below).
module loadcommand. For example we can load the
julialanguage module by simply typing
module load juliafrom the command line. The software module can now be launched as it normally would be. In the case of Julia, we would simply launch the interpreter by running
juliafrom the command line. Note that this will load the version of Julia that has been designated as the default; as of this writing, that is Julia 0.4.6. However, there is a newer version, which we could load by running
module load julia/0.5.0. In this case, we would load version 0.5.0 of Julia.
module avail conda. This will show the list of available environment modules (see example below).
conda/datasci_v2environment module. In order to view the available software in this particular module, run
conda list --name=datasci_v2to produce a huge list of output that resembles the truncated list below.
module loadcommand. In particular, we give the full name of the module. For example we could load the
conda/datasci_v2module by running
module load conda/datasci_v2.