Introduction to the command line interface (shell/bash/Unix/Linux)
|Audience||Computational skills required||Duration|
|Biologists||None||3-session online workshop (~7.5 hours of trainer-led time)|
This repository has teaching materials for a 1-day Introduction to shell workshop. This workshop focuses on teaching basic skills to use the command line interface, specifically
bash, the lessons include
for loops, shell scripting, positional parameters. This workshop is a prerequisite to a workshop on RNA-seq analysis.
Note for Trainers: Please note that the schedule linked below assumes that learners will spend between 3-4 hours on reading through, and completing exercises from selected lessons between classes. The online component of the workshop focuses on more exercises and discussion/Q & A.
These materials were developed for a trainer-led workshop, but are also amenable to self-guided learning.
- Understand the necessity for, and use of, the command line interface (bash/shell).
No installation requirements.
Windows users: GitBash
Introduction to Shell: Dataset
These materials have been developed by members of the teaching team at the Harvard Chan Bioinformatics Core (HBC). These are open access materials distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution license (CC BY 4.0), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
- Some materials used in these lessons were derived from work that is Copyright © Data Carpentry (http://datacarpentry.org/). All Data Carpentry instructional material is made available under the Creative Commons Attribution license (CC BY 4.0).