Harvard Chan Bioinformatics Core presents:
Introduction to the command-line interface (Unix/Linux/shell/bash)
October 19th, 22nd and 26th 2020 (9:30am – 12pm)
More information & Registration
Registration fee: $35
Workshop Location: Online on Zoom
Are you planning to analyze high-throughput sequencing data?
Are you looking to perform computational tasks more efficiently?
Do you want to use local clusters/high-performance computing environments for your data analysis?
If so, this workshop is for you!
During this hands-on workshop, participants will learn:
- basic shell commands (file system navigation, moving/copying/searching files, etc.)
- how to write shell scripts and use “for” loops for efficiently running the same commands on multiple files
- how to use the FAS-RC cluster for high-performance computing (HPC) No prior programming experience required!
Please check link for eligibility requirements.
This basic workshop is a prerequisite for HBC’s upcoming bulk RNA-seq workshop
Sponsored by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (HSPH)