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Introduction to Linux: The operating system for bioinformatics

Overview

The Linux operating system underlies the HPC cluster at the NBI, and other clusters throughout the world. Unlike Windows and OS X, we usually interact with these systems through the command line. The course will teach the basics of Linux use.

Learning...

Keywords: John Innes Centre, JIC

Python for Biologists: Programming for Scientific Computing

Overview

Python is a flexible programming language that is becoming increasingly popular for scientific computing. The course is is split into 12 modules and runs over two half days. At the end of each module there a number of exercises to help solidify the learning. By the end of...

Scientific topics: Software engineering

Keywords: Python for Biologists, John Innes Centre, JIC

Introduction to R: A software environment for statistical computing

Overview

R is a programming language and associated environment developed for statistical computing and data analysis. It provides many powerful tools for statistics, data visualisation and bioinformatics.

Learning outcomes

  • What R is suitable for.
  • How to use R...

Scientific topics: Software engineering, Statistics and probability

Keywords: John Innes Centre, JIC

Introduction to Perl: Programming for bioinformatics

Overview

Perl is a programming language for getting your job done. It is designed to make the easy jobs easy, without making the hard jobs impossible. Perl is also well known for BioPerl, a collection of modules which greatly simplify complicated bioinformatics tasks.
Learning...

Scientific topics: Software engineering

Keywords: perl, John Innes Centre, JIC

Computational Bioimaging: From images to data

Overview

We make extensive use of both light and electron microscopy in our research. The aquisition of images by a microscope is only the beginning of the process of extracting meaningful and useful information from those images. As well as extracting information, it's...

Scientific topics: Imaging, Bioimaging

Keywords: John Innes Centre, JIC

Galaxy for NGS analysis: A web-based platform for data intensive biological research

Overview

Galaxy is an open, web-based platform for data intensive biomedical research. It offers an accessible, reproducible and transparent computational workbench for the biologist. This workbench is very useful in automating repeated analysis steps in the form of workflows. The...

Scientific topics: Workflows, High-throughput sequencing, Nucleic acid sequence analysis, Bioinformatics

Keywords: John Innes Centre, JIC