• WHAT: Command Line Basics Question Hour
  • WHEN: April 22nd, 12-1pm
  • WHERE: Online; instructions upon registration
  • WHO: Sri Chaparala & Carrie Iwema
  • HOW: Register here

Have questions about getting started with command line? Register to receive access to a pre-recorded video covering the basics of command line skills for data analysis and a practice dataset.

Topics covered include: accessing Pitt Center for Research Computing clusters via Unix/Linux shell, transferring files using FileZilla, creating and managing files and directories, editing file using vi text editor, and accessing open source bioinformatics software.

Attend the scheduled session to get answers to your questions and hear from others.

You must have a University of Pittsburgh ID to access the video. If you are a UPMC resident or fellow, please contact us so that we can provide alternate video links.

This workshop is based on the Software Carpentry Lesson on the Unix Shell.

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