The Unix shell is a powerful tool that allows users to perform complex and powerful tasks, often with just a few keystrokes or lines of code. It helps users automate repetitive tasks and easily combine smaller tasks into larger, more powerful workflows. Shell commands and scripts are fundamental to a wide range of advanced computing tasks, including system administration and high-performance computing.
This workshop will introduce graduate students and faculty to this powerful tool so that they can apply it to their own research workflows.
Workshop participants should install the required software prior to the workshop. You can find installation instructions for your operating system here:
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