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James Howard12:10:38

Hello, I am looking for a little help. I am trying to use Neanderthal on Clojupyter in the SciServer environment. SciServer is a public data science platform run by Johns Hopkins, but I don't have a lot of control over what's there and not.

James Howard12:10:06

It also doesn't help that I am still learning Clojure at the same time.

James Howard13:10:42

So, through the Clojupyter notebook, I'd like to tell it to use Neanderthal. Working through the Hello World example, I have this:

James Howard13:10:04

But then (def a (dge 2 3 [1 2 3 4 5 6])) leads to java.lang.RuntimeException: Unable to resolve symbol: dge in this context. So I am not quite certain how to do this in this context. Any guidance would be appreciated.


@james.howard You'll have to provide mkl native libraries on the server that this JVM runs at, as is explained in the getting started guide.


Other than that, there is nothing specific to neanderthal in contrast to any other Clojure/Java library...


In any case, I'd recommend that you first install it on your local machine that you have full control of, as a first step, before trying to install it on a machine with restrictions...

James Howard17:10:47

Yes, that seems like good advice! 🙂