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bioinformatics databases
bioperl
linux
bioinformatics
bioconductor bioinformatics software

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Overview

This course is about how to use Linux to access and analyze biological data. We will learn about the main features of Linux and how to use them in biology. We will also learn about the basics of Bash and R, and how to write and execute simple Bash scripts to help automate data processing. We will also learn about advanced commands and features of Linux, and how to use them to process biological data.

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Guidelines and recommendations for best practice preparation of data files under Linux for exporting to other environments (use of R for further analysis and visualisation)

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The basics of writing Bash scripts and its use for process automation

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Manipulation and searching of data files using the command line to access useful biological data

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Students appreciated the clear introduction to a usually complex course, the use of R and ggplot2 for data presentation, and the opportunity to learn valuable knowledge for their academic and professional development.

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