I made a tutorial in Snakemake for RSG-Nordic and RSG-Sweden. You can access the full tutorial with data, scripts and solutions at GitHub.
Introduction This tutorial aims to get your feet wet using the Git terminal to manage your files locally and understand how to send these to GitHub.
Background I originally wrote this material and gave it as a one-day course for the Master’s students in bioinformatics at Lund University (Sweden), 2016.
Background UNIX-based file systems and UNIX-terminals are ubiquitous when working with biological data.
Introduction to using GitHub This tutorial is an illustrated step-by-step guide on using GitHub to present your code or data analysis.
Illustration of FDR and p-values In -omics (the study of biological molecules on a large scale), the analysis is often carried out for hundreds or thousands of molecules at once.
Introduction Through my ventures into statistics, there have been several books inspiring me on the way.
How-to You can follow this tutorial on your computer by:
Introduction I plan to write a collection of posts describing different aspects of working with expression-based omic data.
When setting up this very web page, everything initially went smoothly, up until I ran into the issue of ‘Content Security Policy’ (CSP).