Tue, 15 Mar|
Time & Location
15 Mar 2022, 09:00 – 13:00
About the Event
This course will give an introduction to several useful Linux tools useful in academic research and everyday use of the system.
- Brief introduction to script files in Bash shell
- Using quotes
- Command line parameters
- i/o and pipes
- Useful commands: grep, cut, uniq, tr, sort, join
- Linux tools: awk, sed
- Data visualization - Gnuplot
- Image processing: ImageMagick
- Using Linux scripting in writing PBS scripts for HPC
- This course provides hands-on sessions
This course is primarily targeted at current VSC-users.
Having a basic knowledge of Linux is expected (if not please follow first the Linux-introduction course). Users that want to use VSC account for hands-on sessions should already have a VSC account created (bring the private key) and should have followed HPC introduction and Linux for HPC or should have the equivalent knowledge).
- Understanding and writing short Linux scripts
- Getting familiar sophisticated Linux commands
- Being able to use Linux tools for processing i/o data