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Practical Bioinformatics for Life Scientists Week 10, Lecture 19 István Albert Bioinformatics Consulting Center Penn State
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ack - finds content in your text files by default searches all code/txt ack a searches everything install ack
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Code Repositories: git Code that may often change is usually stored in a code repository git , mercurial , subversion Websites like github , google code host repositories for free (private if you pay some small monthly fee) You can create a code repository, to store, code, analysis pipelines, documents, your thesis etc It gives you free replication/backup and ability to collaborate with others. You can go back to older versions at any time. You can track what has changed in time.
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I just created bioawk on GitHub
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Cloning and pulling Clone initialize the repository (make a copy of it on your computer) Pull update the content (at a later time) to get the latest changes On he mac use homebrew to install git: brew install git
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