|Cornell | MSKCC | Rockefeller | Weill|
Introduction to Perl
Dates: [ one class in four parts ]
Part 1: Tuesday, November 10 - 1:30pm to 3:30pm
Part 2: Wednesday, November 11 - 1:30pm to 3:30pm
Part 3: Tuesday, November 17 - 1:30pm to 3:30pm
Part 4: Wednesday, November 18 - 1:30pm to 3:30pm
The workshop introduces participants to the Perl language. We will use a combination of lecture and worked examples, concentrating on basic Perl concepts with special attention to the language's relevence to bioinformatics. The workshop is designed for beginners, and topics covered will include: data types, control structures, regular expressions, file parsing, data manipulation, modules. Our aim is to provide the fundamental tools to allow participants to make use of perl to facilitate their research. Problem sets will be developed based on the needs of the participants.
This workshop is suitable for those without prior computer programming experience. This workshop may be considered a prerequisite to our more advanced workshop "Perl for Bioinformatics".
UNIX experience is NOT required.
Organizers: Yupu Liang (MSKCC)