Workshop

Introduction to Linux and Bash Scripting in Computational Biology

Linux is the most common operating system in the computational biology field. All basic and advanced tools and analysis algorithms are distributed in Linux environments such as omics analysis, structural biology and evolutionary biology. Understanding the theory and basic concepts of the Linux operating system is one of the most critical cornerstones to start computational biology. In this workshop, we are planning  to provide basic theory and concepts in Linux operating system and also practical applications in computational biology.

Topics in Workshops

September 12

  • Introduction to Linux and Theory
  • Basic Commands (cd/ls/less/pwd/cp/mv/nano/Github)
  • Data Manupulation (cut/awk/grep)
  • Setting up to conda environment
  • Introduction to de novo genome assembly using long-reads

September 13

  • Introduction to RNAseq Analysis