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* Run a container in HPC with the conversion of Docker image to Singularity.
## Run a basic RStudio image from Rocker
## Run a basic RStudio container from Rocker
To `run` a container image from Rocker present in Docker Hub, the first concept you should pay attention to is "Tags". For example, for the rstudio docker hub repository (https://hub.docker.com/r/rocker/rstudio), you will should note the "Tags" tab which determines version of the Docker image present in the repository. In the case of `rocker/rstudio` repository, the tag is linked to the R version the container will ultimately run. Thus, for instance, `rocker/rstudio:3.6.3` will run a container with R version 3.6.3. For more information on Rocker version tags see: https://github.com/rocker-org/rocker-versioned and https://github.com/rocker-org/rocker-versioned/blob/master/VERSIONS.md
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## [Continue tutorial to Part 2 - containers with Bioconductor dependencies](https://gitlab.rc.uab.edu/circ_nbi_share/docker_with_r_user_session/intro_docker_rstudio_part2)
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## [Continue tutorial to Part 2 - containers with Bioconductor dependencies](https://gitlab.rc.uab.edu/circ_nbi_share/docker_with_r_user_session/intro_docker_rstudio_part2)
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