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Message 51057 - Posted: 20 Dec 2018 | 18:06:46 UTC

I just joined gpugrid and would like to see if my gpu system is logging results to projects on gpugrid. How do I find out which projects I am working on and what my results are. I am used to seeing such data on my world community grid projects.

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Message 51058 - Posted: 20 Dec 2018 | 23:34:40 UTC - in response to Message 51057.
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I just joined gpugrid and would like to see if my gpu system is logging results to projects on gpugrid.
There's a link on your account's page which leads to all recent tasks you had.

How do I find out which projects I am working on and what my results are.
You can find it only after the research has been published. It takes years though, so you have to be exceptionally patient. The previous publications are listed on the "Science" page. Badges are awarded for these publications, so if you click on my badges, you can see the papers I've contributed.

I am used to seeing such data on my world community grid projects.
I'm afraid that WCG is a much better funded (and therefore much better managed) project than GPUGrid, so there are no such features implemented here.

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