Date: October 1st 2015, 6pm
Location: Studenterhuset, Church wing
One of the skills that is most fundamental to bioinformatics is the proficient use of the unix command line.
Many common data manipulation tasks can of course be accomplished by writing a small program, but there is also a plethora of unix tools available that can accomplish the same results with less keystrokes.
Having a large toolbox gives you more flexibility, and will save you from reinventing the wheel.
On this Viking Thursday, we discussed how to make the command line work for you, and how to get more done while typing less.
This was an "all levels" workshop, though it was primarily aimed at people who know how to navigate around the unix shell, but who aren't yet very comfortable there.
6:00 - 6:45 Interactive presentation
6:45 - 8:00 Discussion and beverages