These are materials for the 2010 BEACON course,
CSE 891 s002: Computational Science for Evolutionary Biologists.
Rather than developing a whole new site containing a lot of
overlapping material, we’ll be integrating some BEACON material into
the ANGUS site.
Lecture 4 – Effective remote computer use (stage 1)
(Sep 17th, 2010)
Just a reminder – you can always Google it, and the worst that will
happen is you lose some data (which you can cleverly save by
transferring it to your laptop, if it’s small enough!)
In class, we’ll work through the following tutorials:
and finally we’ll go through Running Avida longer.
If you’re intrigued by UNIX and want to know more, you might want to
check out this tutorial
Software Carpentry: A detailed video screencast introduction to the UNIX shell
is available here.
Lecture 12 – Serial transfers of critters
Lecture 13 – Mutation analysis
All BEACON-specific ANGUS materials
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