Introductory Linux Tutorial for Life Sciences
National course open for PhD students, postdocs, researchers and other employees in need of Linux command line skills within all Swedish universities.
The course is organized by NBIS and ELIXIR Slovenia.
Application open: November 17
Application deadline: January 12, 8 pm
Confirmation to accepted participants: one week after application closes
If you do not receive information according to the above dates please contact: email@example.com
A course fee* of 1300 SEK will be invoiced to accepted participants in the classrooms in Stockholm and Umeå. This includes lunches, coffee and snacks. There are no costs for the remaining participants.
*Please note that NBIS cannot invoice individuals
NBIS (the Swedish node of Elixir) and Elixir Slovenia are offering an “Introduction to Linux” course targeted at life scientists who want to extend their skills and knowledge. The course is delivered via classroom training and via an e-learning platform, thus offering the participants the possibility of attending the course either by traveling to Stockholm or Umeå in Sweden, to Ljubljana in Slovenia, or by connecting remotely via the Elixir Slovenia e-learning platform. The number of remote students is limited to 40. The course will be broad-casted from Sweden, Stockholm.
Topics covered will include:
- Introduction to the Unix/Linux operating system
- Filesystem structure & navigating the filesystem
- Searching the filesystem
- Viewing and editing files
- Text processing commands
- File/directory ownership & permissions
- I/O redirections
- Compression of files/directories
- Fundamental shell scripting
- Exercises – applying learned shell commands
The course is addressed to life scientists with no or very little experience in using Linux commands, but who are enthusiastic about learning how to use them for simplifying their work and improving their efficiency. Participants should expect an INTENSIVE COURSE which includes many hands-on exercises.
All participants are expected to use their own computers. In addition, remote participants are expected to have an (integrated) web-cam and a headset, so that we can give you quick feedback and efficient help.
Due to limited space the course can accommodate maximum of 10 participants in the individual classrooms and 40 remote participants.