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running mathematica notebooks without interface

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  • Subject: [mg98743] running mathematica notebooks without interface
  • From: ventutech at
  • Date: Fri, 17 Apr 2009 04:30:19 -0400 (EDT)

Hi mathematica people!
I have a notebook with some "heavy numerics" which is supposed to
produce several plots and output files.
I have been recently granted access to a server with two quad-cores
where mathematica 7.0 is installed, however I can access it only
through some tedious ssh sessions (which can't be really called
tunneling) and of course I will have troubles automatizing the ssh-
Since I would like to run a parallelized version of my code on this
new machine.. the question is:

how can I run the notebook in the remote computer (using shell
commands such as math < notebook.nb I don't know) as if I was running
them on the local machine with the graphic interface? in such a way
that it loads the notebook, it "evaluate cells" and it saves it so
that I can download it and open it on another machine to watch the
plots and everything?

thank you very much in advance,


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