Applied Bioinformatics: An Introduction by Professor Paul M. Selzer Ph.D, Richard J. Marhöfer Ph.D,

By Professor Paul M. Selzer Ph.D, Richard J. Marhöfer Ph.D, Andreas Rohwer Ph.D (eds.)

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In this booklet, a person who can function a computer, ordinary software program and the web will learn how to comprehend the organic foundation of bioinformatics of the lifestyles in addition to the resource and availability of bioinformatics software program find out how to observe those instruments and interpret effects with confidence.

This is aided by way of introductory chapters to big points of bioinformatics, precise bioinformatics workouts, together with suggestions and a word list of definitions and terminology in terms of bioinformatics.

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UNIX wild cards Wild card Explanation * Placeholder for any number of any characters. Example: Delete all files in the current directory. Caution when using this wild card! rm * ? Placeholder for any character. fas that contain only one digit. fas [] Placeholder for a character from the set of characters listed in the brackets. fas. fas for destructive operations such as rm, cp or mv. Therefore, for destructive operations great care should be exercised when using wild cards and one should check first the effect of the chosen wild card with a harmless command, for example, with the ls command, to avoid any unintentional surprises.

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