I'm amazed by the amount of online platforms offering Bioinformatics Training, that's the way.
Keep it up! ;)
"The ease of creating and distributing video tutorials instead of static content improves accessibility for researchers, annotators and curators. This article focuses on online video repositories for educational and tutorial videos provided by resource developers and users. It also describes a project in Japan named TogoTV (http://togotv.dbcls.jp/en/)"
Scripts: Hard to learn at first, hard to live without them when mastered.
"Scripts are a way of linking tasks together to process large numbers of data items or to automate a series of tasks. Common utility tasks in bioinformatics include things like sequence formatting or blast report parsing."
ROSALIND: an addictive bioinformatics learning site
By Iddo Friedberg on October 2nd, 2012
"Rosalind is a joint project between the University of California at San Diego and Saint Petersburg Academic University along with the Russian Academy of Sciences. Rosalind is partly funded by a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Professor Award and a Russian Megagrant Award received by Pavel Pevzner."
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