This tutorial will help users learn the basics of compiling and debugging their code on MSI systems. Particular attention will be paid to code written in Fortran, C, and C++. Basic methods for debugging will be outlined, with users being able to explore different debugging tools. This tutorial will focus primarily on compiling serial programs,but brief information on compiling and debugging parallel programs will also be given. Attendees should have a basic knowledge of Linux and rudimentary knowledge of a programming language.
This two part tutorial will first introduce you to the concept of interactive high performance computing, as distinct from batch computing. We will cover the Citrix (Windows) and NICE EnginFrame (Linux) interactive computing environments hosted by MSI. Attendees will learn how to launch virtual desktops at MSI, connect to a variety of resources, load software modules, and build complex research workflows.
This tutorial will provide an introduction to the Linux operating system, with particular attention paid to working from the command line. The tutorial will cover basics such as fundamental commands, editing files, understanding directories and permissions, and remote access. No previous Linux experience is required.
This tutorial is geared to new MSI users and will provide a highlevel introduction to the facilities and computational resources at MSI.
The RNA-Seq analysis tutorials includes two lectures and two hands-on guided tutorials. The lecture materials cover the basics of differential expression analysis and touches on other RNA-seq topics such as transcriptome assembly.
If you are new to bioinformatics this is the best place to start.
This hands-on tutorial will help a new user understand how to use the the Galaxy platform to analyze NGS data by working though the quality control steps needed for Illumina sequencing data.
This tutorial will: