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– Rescaling! • Methods of remotely logging in to a networked multiuser computing server:!
• Secure shell clients (ssh) from UNIX/Linux and Windows
• Accessing the physics undergraduate Linux computing cluster.! Phys 258, 2013.04.08! A. Warburton ! 4
! Course Summary and Closing Remarks (III)!
• Introduction to the Linux/UNIX operating system:!
• Basic ﬁle structure and navigation concepts;!
• Fundamental set of commands for navigating the ﬁle system and
examining text ﬁles;!
• Hidden Files, and Directory and File manipulation.! • Concept of a text editor:!
• Emphasis on interchangeability of text editors based on user
preferences and the needs of the editing task;!
• Use of the simple-to-use nano/pico editor;!
• Discussion of editors with automatic context-sensitive formatting! • Remote window management!
• Running Linux programs in the Background (&)!
Phys 258, 2013.04.08! A. Warburton ! 5
! Course Summary and Closing Remarks (IV)!
• Introduction to LaTeX!
• Basic steps to creating a LaTeX document (similar to how
computer program code was written later in the course)!
• Basic components of a LaTeX source ﬁle!
• Math mode for physics formula formatting!
• Document format conversions!
• Document styles!
• Tables, captions, labels, and lists! • Anatomy of a modern experimental research paper and
its principal components. ! Phys 258, 2013.04.08! A. Warburton ! 6
! Course Summary and Closing Remarks (V)!
Introduction to C Programming:!
• Why C? Universality, cross-platform abilities, scientiﬁc popularity;!
• Basic steps to writing computer code:!
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- Spring '14