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Adrian Ever since we introduced Jupyter Notebooks in Terra, we've sought to provide default environments pre-loaded with software packages that are likely to interest you, to minimize the amount of setup necessary to get your work going. However, we've found that there's a huge amount of variation in the needs and preferences of researchers, from [...]

Data_wormhole

This week, we released one of those changes that looks small on the face of it but is actually a really big deal. Specifically, we upgraded the cloud environment (previously called "runtime") that we provide in Terra for running Jupyter Notebooks to support persistent disk storage. Until now, one of the limitations of our [...]

Scientists_OG

In this guest blog post, Bo Li, Principal Investigator at Massachusetts General Hospital and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, explains how using Terra enabled his group to develop a new single-cell transcriptomic analysis framework, Cumulus, to serve the needs of the Immune Cell Atlas project. [...]

Warp_Speed

Adrian Summary: We know that the 4 minutes it takes to create a cloud environment to perform a Jupyter Notebook analysis can feel like a long time. To reduce this time and save you cost, Terra has added support for using standard Google Compute Engine Virtual Machines (GCE VMs) as the underlying compute/runtime. Terra researchers [...]

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