Every project has its own settings. Consider the following when configuring a new project:
A Hardware Tier represents the compute resources that will be available for your run. You can specify memory, CPU cores, and GPUs with hardware tiers.
In the navigation pane, click Settings.
From the Hardware tier list, select the compute resource on which you will execute your code. For this tutorial, select the smallest hardware tier.
By default, the selected hardware tier will be used for all subsequent executions of code in the project. It can also be changed at any time.
Contact your Domino administrator for additional hardware tiers.
To define your Environment, configure the software, packages, libraries, and drivers. Depending on your corporate Domino setup, Domino might include one or more options for MATLAB. Environments typically map to MATLAB releases (for example, R2021a) or to combinations of releases and toolboxes (for example, MATLAB and Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox or MATLAB and Simulink).
As the owner of the project, you can set different access levels for collaborators and colleagues.
Invite a colleague to be a Contributor to your project:
Click the Access & Sharing tab.
Type the user’s email or the username.
Type a welcome message.
Contributor role, the user can read, write, and execute code in this project.
See Collaborator Permissions for more information about permissions for each collaborator role.