Bradford Condon PhD

Bioinformatics, Web & Mobile Development


genomics

In a previous blog post, I announced my excitement for becoming a certified Software and Data Carpentry instructor. As I complete my checkout process, I also wanted to recap the most important points from the training. A lab meeting presentation of this recap cis available on google slides here.

Looking forward to teaching my first workshop in the next few months!

Data Carpentry Software Carpentry

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This week(September 25th & 26th 2017), I will be certified as a Software and Data Carpentry instructor. As of 2017-06-26, there were 968 instructors. Am I lucky number 1,000? Probably not. Still, exciting.

Data Carpentry Software Carpentry

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Sometimes, you have a task where the goal is to remove a certain phrase, set of characters, or trailing characters within a file. This happens all the time working with FASTA files. For whatever reason, the header description might be longer than you like. Some phylogenetics programs, for example, have a character limit on headers. Failure to fix this on your own can result in clipped headers, which in turn can result in non-unique headers and failed scripts.

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