Courses and workshops
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Introductory Linux courses
UPPMAX application experts want to share their skills in a 4-day series of courses. We will help you move from being a Linux novice to an UPPMAX expert. If you already have the fundamentals down, you are still sure to enjoy the tips and tricks in the later parts of the course.
This course is going to be given regularly, approximately 2 times per year. Below are links to the course webpages, with dates, places, and links to registration and course material.
The next introductory course will be held in January (week 3).
The next Awk workshop will be held in January (week 3).
Please contact Diana Iusan if you have any questions or if you are interested in being contacted when registration opens to the next course instance.
Other UPPMAX courses
Courses at other SNIC Centers
Any user of SNIC resources is welcome to attend courses at any SNIC center. The SNIC Training webpage has a list of upcoming courses and links to more information.
SeSE, Swedish e-Science Education, also provides courses. These are usually longer and more in-depth than SNIC training provides. You can see the courses offered on the SeSE homepage.
Biologists who work with genetics may be interested in SciLifeLab's course offering.
Links to extra material
Find below a few links to resources that might be useful as preparatory or further studies before or after the courses above.
Data Management SeminarAn online video course (3x 50 minutes)
Learn python interactively in the browser.
- Learn python in a few minutes (learnXinYminutes.com)
A short reference of the python language.
- Rosalind Python course
Rosalind is a website specialised on teaching bioinformatics, by a number of problems that the user should solve. This course is a short introduction into python.
- Rosalind Bioinformatics problems
This is the main course at Rosalind, and contains problems that can be solved in any language, including python.
SNIC Science Cloud
- Material for the SNIC Science Cloud workshops available on Github.
Old Course Webpages
The previous introductory course was held in August 2019