Name: [1364] Chris Lasher
Member: 86 months
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Description: I'm a graduate student in the `Genetics, Bioinformatics, and Computational Biology (GBCB) <http://www.grads.vt.edu/academics/programs/gbcb/phd_gbcb.html>`_ program at `Virginia Tech <http://www.vt.edu/>`_ In my research, I try to uncover dynamic links between biological processes by mining high-thro ...

Shell Basics 6 [ID:271] (6/13)

in series: Software Carpentry - Shell Basics

video tutorial by Chris Lasher, added 06/07

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Develop more advanced shell techniques:

  • more text tools: wc, cut, and sort
  • input and output redirection

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Good stuff!


Thanks Chris. Good one. More advance, better. Something advance on regular expressions will be awesome.


12. anonymous Thu, 22 Jul 2010 22:50

This is great! thanks for sharing the knowledge.Thank you


These are so addictive. The demos are great. Nice pace. Great job.


10. jesse preiner Mon, 11 Jan 2010 14:59

a little confused by the difference of when to use > over | but overall very useful stuff.


9. anonymous Sun, 13 Dec 2009 02:54

This series is so helpful, Chris.

Thank you,

Gene


8. anonymous Sat, 28 Nov 2009 14:28

Thanks for the video.


7. anonymous Wed, 09 Sep 2009 08:54

hi

Thanks for a great series of lectures


6. anonymous Mon, 17 Aug 2009 04:06

A good series. Rather long and maybe a little slow for me but I realize that there are many newbies out there who may not have a clue how to do this, so I'm not sure you should change anything but that's my comment.


5. anonymous Mon, 27 Jul 2009 07:58

very nice, im new to linux and this is exactly what i need to know. your showing the little things that you pick up over the years, and im learning them very quickly. thankyou


4. anonymous Mon, 15 Jun 2009 14:46

excellent, very clear and informative


Nice work! Maybe in the future you can post a zip file containing the files you manipulate in the vid. That way we can work alongside you. Cheers!


2. anonymous Tue, 05 Aug 2008 03:11

LOL, in your country list you have USSR,,

how outdated is it...

:P


this is one of the best ever made tutorial on using shell which i have come across, great job chris lasher it really help many of the beginners a lot.

really u have done a wonderful work


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