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UNIX for Biologists, Part 1: Introduction
October 4 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
The ability to operate in a command line environment is becoming increasingly valuable in the genomics era. This workshop and the subsequent “UNIX for Biologists, Part 2: Longleaf” workshop are designed for experimental biologists who want to familiarize themselves with UNIX. This workshop will provide a very basic introduction to the UNIX operating system. Participants will learn how to login (software required/procedure) and interact with a UNIX server. We will cover basic UNIX system commands for interacting with the server and navigating the file system. We will learn about UNIX directory structure organization and file permissions.
For more class details including important account prerequisites, please visit: http://guides.lib.unc.edu/bioinformatics/bbtworkshopdescriptions
To register, please visit: http://hsl.lib.unc.edu/hub/classes
NOTE: You have the option to attend this class in-person OR online via Blackboard Collaborate. Register for the appropriate attendance option at the link above – the online attendance option for the class has “(Online)” in the title.