Resources


This page contains various materials (updated regularly) of useful links and resources for students and researchers to learn and master various topics.

First and foremost, I strongly recommend that anyone starting out in bioinformatics invest in the wonderful book Practical Computing for Biologists.

UNIX (aka command line/terminal/shell)

Lessons and Exercises

  • Software Carpentry contains lots of free course materials and practice problems for learning R, git, Python, and UNIX.
  • My course page contains links to previous courses (including short courses) on Python programming/computing, UNIX, biostatistics, and more. Explore!

Python

10 Simple Rules

The PLOS journals have a series of papers on “10 simple rules” to help navigate various topics, including scientific writing, programming skills, job applications, and general advice in various research components.

R and the tidyverse

Writing

Data Visualization