Using the VSC

First go through the first 3 topics below to gain some background knowledge on the VSC and then go through the following tutorial: Go through the 4th topic below and then go through the remaining tutorials:


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Writing and running bash scripts

What is a script? A script is a computer program, basically a file, that contains multiple commands that you want to execute as a whole. Scripts allow to automate analyses: you can do the same set of commands on each input file that you want to analyze. An additional plus is that you keep track […]

Using annotation to map IDs

Demo script for this lesson Bioconductor provides an extensive list of annotation packages. Check the video to see how to use these packages in R to retrieve info for a list of genes.

Get started

Learning command line can bring some flexibility into how you manage and do your analysis, or even if you are just curious about programming this is the place to be. The command line language we are going to use is called Bash, and we will guide you in this initiation. In this page you will […]

Navigating and getting Help in Linux

In this sessions you will learn some tips and tricks to navigate in the terminal beyond just moving along the directories. You will also learn how to ask help and informattion about commands in your terminal so you can access the description and posible arguments of the command you are interested in. You will be […]