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  1. How to Change Your Communications Settings

    How to Change your Communications Settings on nanoHUB.orgLog in to nanHUB.orgHover over “Logged In” in the upper right corner and select “Profile”Scroll down to find...

    https://nanohub.org/kb/registration/commsettings

  2. How do I create an SSH key pair in nanoHUB?

    To create an SSH key pair:Open a nanoHUB Jupyter terminal.Change the working directory to the .ssh (hidden) directory:cd .sshList the files in the directory:lsIf there is already a file named...

    https://nanohub.org/kb/tools/sshkeypair

  3. Can I share files in a group with only certain individuals?

    The easiest way to share files with only selected individuals in a group is to create a project within that group. Choose the "Projects" link in the left-side navigation bar of your...

    https://nanohub.org/kb/tips/sharefilesgroup

  4. Image specifications

    Uploading your images to nanoHUB is easy. You can add images to multiple types of content on the site, including resources, wiki pages, and your nanoHUB profile.Allowed image file...

    https://nanohub.org/kb/misc/imagespecs

  5. Setting Up a nanoHUB Project in a Group

    Setting up a project in a nanoHUB group is easy. Just follow these steps:Go to the group pageIn the left-side menu, click on "Projects"Click on the button to add a new projectOn the next...

    https://nanohub.org/kb/groups/settingupproject

  6. How Do I Manage My Files?

    Managing files on your nanoHUB account is important. If you run out of space, you may not be able to run simulations.The best way to access your files is to use an SFTP client to connect to...

    https://nanohub.org/kb/tips/managefiles

  7. Sharing Resources in nanoHUB Group Wiki Pages

    Each group in nanoHUB has a set of wiki pages that is accessible to members of the group.  The group managers can display or hide the wiki page functionality, and set the access for the wiki...

    https://nanohub.org/kb/groups/sharingresourcesingroupwiki

  8. Best Practices for Recording Lectures

    Self Recording:For self recordings, the best approach is to create a voiced-over PowerPoint file where the resulting presentation is contained within the PowerPoint file along with your slides...

    https://nanohub.org/kb/resources/recordinglectures

  9. How to Publish a Resource on nanoHUB

    strong {font-weight: bold;}This FAQ is intended to describe the submission steps to publish a non-tool resource on nanoHUB.org. For tools, please see this page.Step 1Determine the nature of the...

    https://nanohub.org/kb/tips/how-to-publish-a-resource-on-nanohub

  10. Personalizing your nanoHUB experience

    Create a FREE nanoHUB AccountMany of the resources on nanoHUB are accessible without an account, but in order to use simulation tools, participate in collaborations and conversations and fully take...

    https://nanohub.org/kb/misc/personalizing-your-nanohub-experience

  11. How to find courses in nanoHUB

    If you're looking for courses on nanoHUB, it is easy to find what you want with a search. There are two separate types of courses: "traditional courses" and...

    https://nanohub.org/kb/courses/how-to-find-courses-in-nanohub

  12. How to create a FREE nanoHUB account

    Many of the resources on nanoHUB are accessible without an account, but in order to use simulation tools, participate in collaborations and conversations and fully take advantage of the nanoHUB...

    https://nanohub.org/kb/registration/how-to-create-a-free-nanohub-account

  13. How to set up discussion forums in nanoHUB

    The discussion forum has several organizational levels.  The following screenshots help to illustrate how the forum appears and how it can be organized.  This is a top-level view of the...

    https://nanohub.org/kb/misc/how-to-set-up-discussion-forums-in-nanohub

  14. What’s in nanoHUB? 

    There are many libraries and tools installed in nanoHUB that can be accessed from workspace or Jupyter notebooks.Some examples of what is installed in nanoHUB:Some examples of what nanoHUB...

    https://nanohub.org/kb/misc/whatsinnanohub

  15. I encountered a problem with a tool. Who is responsible for supporting the tool?

    Resources and tools on nanoHUB are authored and maintained by community contributors, and are not supported by NCN staff. When you submit a help ticket regarding a specific resource or tool, that...

    https://nanohub.org/kb/tools/i-encountered-a-problem-with-a-tool-who-is-responsible-for-supporting-the-tool

  16. How do I subscribe or unsubscribe from the nanoHUB newsletter?

    To subscribe to the nanoHUB newsletter, visit this page:https://nanohub.org/newsletter/subscribeEnter your email address. If you don't have an account already or don't want to create one,...

    https://nanohub.org/kb/misc/how-do-i-subscribe-or-unsubscribe-from-the-nanohub-newsletter

  17. Why are some tools restricted?

    Most simulation tools are open to anyone in the world. However, there are a few circumstances in which a tool might be restricted to a certain subset of users.Due to the way the underlying software...

    https://nanohub.org/kb/tools/why-are-some-tools-restricted

  18. I ran out of storage space. Now what?

    If you are running out of storage space, you have a few options.First, you can try purging your files. The purge option goes through the "data" directory where nanoHUB...

    https://nanohub.org/kb/tools/i-ran-out-of-storage-space-now-what

  19. How do I make my user profile public/private?

    To change the privacy settings of some or all of your user profile fields, first log into nanoHUB with your account and password. Open the "Logged in" menu at the top of the page and...

    https://nanohub.org/kb/registration/how-do-i-make-my-user-profile-publicprivate

  20. How do I access the Workspace tool?

    Access to the Workspace tool is typically restricted to NCN PIs, researchers at NCN partner institutions, and tool developers.If you would like Workspace access to develop a nanoHUB tool, please...

    https://nanohub.org/kb/tools/how-do-i-access-the-workspace-tool