This workshop is a continuation of the workshop Shell Scripting Part I: Structure and basic commands. In this workshop participants will explore more advanced shell scripting methods involving scripts, command line tools, downloading data from a database, setting up parallel jobs, among others.
- Bring your own laptop.
- A text editor on your laptop (Notepad++ is highly encouraged, but your preferred text editor will work).
Note: This workshop is organized and facilitated by SciProg. SciProg—short for Scientific Programming Study Group—is dedicated to building a community of SFU researchers who perform computational data analysis as part of their academic work. SciProg promotes skill sharing and collaboration by (1) organizing 60 to 90-minute interactive workshops covering a wide range of software tools, (2) providing Q&A sessions for peer-to-peer assistance and collaboration, and (3) bringing researchers together at social events like Hacky Hours.