Hamburg

 

Educators:
Malik Alawi (UKE), Ceren Saygi (UKE) (External Partner)

Date:
13th June 2019

Location: 
Center for Bioinformatics Hamburg, Bundesstrasse 43, 20146 Hamburg, Room 18

Contents:
- Basic file operations
- Working with (large) text files
- Using the shell efficiently
- Data compression
- Working with tables
- Regular expressions
- Variables and loops
- Bash scripting
- Common application scenarios of command line usage in a bioinformatics context
 
Learning goals:
This one-day workshop will introduce the Linux command line from scratch. Participants will learn to work efficiently with its tools and they will also learn to automate tasks and write first bash scripts. The focus is on processing (large) texts and tables. Examples will be from the field of genome informatics, but methods taught are universally applicable.

Prerequisites:
None

Keywords:
Linux, Bash, Shell, Scripting, Command line

Tools:
Linux, Command line

Contact:
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