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CSC Winter School in Bioinformatics 2015

CSC Winter School in Bioinformatics 2015
Date: 20.01.2015 10:45 - 22.01.2015 17:00
Location details: -
Language: english-language
lecturers: Kimmo Mattila Ari-Matti Saren
Price: -

This course provides a tutorial-style introduction to the essential, practical computational tools for life science research, with a focus on the infrastructure provided by CSC. The topics will include, e.g.,  managing your datasets, running analysis on a grid or a computer cluster, Unix power use and cloud computing. The workshop is aimed for graduate students in the field, providing a comprehensive overview on the tools of the trade, without forgetting the important aspect of network building.

Each of the course days focuses to specific topic or topics and  you can register just for specific days if you are not willing to register to all the dates.


    Monday, January 19th: Overview to the services of CSC. Storing and moving large datasets.
    Tuesday, January 20th: Using supercluster
    Wednesday, January 21st: Other tools (FGI, Cloud computing, Chipster)

  Monday, January 19th Tuesday, January 20th Wednesday, January 21st
Using Taito Cluster
Using FGI and Pouta service
10.45-11.15 Registration & coffee Coffee break Coffee break
Introduction of the participants; course intro; Bio@CSC
Using Taito Cluster Using FGI and Pouta service, cont'd
12.00-13.00 Lunch Lunch Lunch
Introduction to CSC's
computing environment
Advanced Unix Features: shell scripting, awk, sed, utilities for large ASCII file manipulation Using FGI and Pouta service, cont'd
Moving and storing data: IDA, SUI etc
Advanced Unix Features cont'd Using FGI and Pouta service, cont'd
14.45-15.15 Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break
Moving and storing data cont'd
Advanced Unix Features cont'd Demo: Chipster
Wrap-up & discussion
Wrap-up & discussion Wrap-up & discussion