The FAS Informatics and Scientific Applications group provides data management, analysis, training, and software support for faculty and staff of Harvard FAS.

In addition to individual staff, FAS Informatics is a key partner to the other FAS Core Facilities, providing LIMS support with the MiniLIMS platform along with analysis and other software tools.

For upcoming events like our journal club, or training sessions, see the event listing.


Informatics Training - May 2016

Introduction to Unix

We are presenting 3 workshops in May 2016. These are aimed at people with a good grounding in unix and the command line but are new to bioinformatics analysis. 

The workshops and their dates and times are

These will all be hands-on workshops limited to 20 people.  Everyone will be expected to bring their own laptop (Windows,Mac,Linux),  have attended the 'Introduction to Odyssey' training, be able to log into the cluster using ssh and be proficient in unix and the command line. Sign up using the links above.




Informatics Training - February 2016

Introduction to Unix

We are presenting 3 workshops in February 2016.  These are aimed at people completely new to unix and the command line and will cover

These will all be hands-on workshops limited to 20 people.  Everyone will be expected to bring their own laptop (Windows,Mac,Linux),  have attended the 'Introduction to Odyssey' training and be able to log into the cluster using ssh. Sign up using the links above.


Basic Unix Workshop

This tutorial is intended for people completely new to unix and command line driven analysis. It introduces how to navigate the unix filesystem, make and delete files and directories and be able to list the contents of files and directories.

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