Intro to Command Line bioinformatics - 26th October 2021
Bioinformatics is an increasingly important skill for biological scientists. Many bioinformatic tools can only be run on Unix based operating systems. This course is aimed at beginners and novices to the command line; it will give an overview of fundamental unix commands, directory navigation, and file manipulation. The course will act as a perfect primer for those interested in our other Bioinformatic courses.
Places are restricted to UK-based researchers and only 25 places are available so please only register if you intend on attending.
The session will be on Tuesday 26th October, 10am-4pm, with a potential spillover session on Thursday 28th.
The deadline to register is Monday 11th October 12pm.
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Will you have bash/linux command line experience before attending the course?
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