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It would probably be easier to use some software such as WinSCP. It allows you to select the location on your remote system and synchronise with the local system by matching either the time stamp or size (and probably other properties). Also if you are using Linux, read the answers on this Stack Overflow question to get an idea of alternatives. This way you ...


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I prefer to just download the data from the remote disks and then do the plots on my own local machine, which has all of my favorite tools for post-processing my data. I understand that this can be inconvenient though. It is indeed possible to run a GUI on a remote supercomputer though, if you first use ssh -X or ssh -Y when signing into the remote machine (...


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