Amsterdam Science Park Study Group
LET'S MAKE RESEARCH FASTER, BETTER AND MORE OPEN!
A workshop on data vizualization organised jointly with the UvA Data Science Center.
Details (Zoom link) to be announced later.
An afternoon dedicated to the SILS/IBED Crunchomics computing cluster.
After a small introduction to the Crunchomics system, a demonstration of how to connect to crunchomics, execution of a genomic pipeline
We will guide you regarding connection using the ssh protocol, navigating the file system using Shell commands and how to create an environment dedicated to your needs using conda.
We will then dig deeper by introducing the SLURM queuing system for batch jobs.
After attending a workshop that was organized by the Amsterdam Science Park Study Group, Elias Brandorff (Evolutionary Neurogenomics) contacted Marc Galland (Plant Physiology) to discuss
WHAT WE DO
The Amsterdam Science Park Study Group is dedicated to building a community of computational scientists in biology and other disciplines.
This Amsterdam Science Park Study Group promotes skill sharing and collaboration by :
All are welcome regardless of their scientific research area, affiliation or training level.
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All are welcome !
Regardless of scientific research area, affiliation or programming level (absolute beginner to expert)