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- +====== ​Linux Course Description ======
-====== Course Description ======+
  
 Linux/Unix is the primary platform for computational science. The goal of this course is to train scientists in its use, with particular emphasis on the needs of bioinformatics users. The course covers basic Linux commands and utilities, running and managing computational jobs, and handling and manipulating large biological datasets. Linux/Unix is the primary platform for computational science. The goal of this course is to train scientists in its use, with particular emphasis on the needs of bioinformatics users. The course covers basic Linux commands and utilities, running and managing computational jobs, and handling and manipulating large biological datasets.
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 ====== Time and Place ====== ====== Time and Place ======
  
-Lectures: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10:00 - 11:50am in Computer Science 425.+Lectures: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10:00 - 11:50 am in Biology 134.
  
 ====== Prerequisites ====== ====== Prerequisites ======
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 Graduate standing and interest in using Linux/UNIX in your research work.  We will focus on using Linux/UNIX in supporting the needs of running computational work in the life sciences. Graduate standing and interest in using Linux/UNIX in your research work.  We will focus on using Linux/UNIX in supporting the needs of running computational work in the life sciences.
  
 +**BEFORE** the first day of class, ensure you have purchased, uploaded, or installed all the required hardware and software. See [[wiki:​requirements|REQUIREMENTS]].
  
 ====== Textbook ====== ====== Textbook ======
  
 [[http://​linuxcommand.org/​tlcl.php | The Linux Command Line]] by William Shotts. ​ The books is freely available from the book website. [[http://​linuxcommand.org/​tlcl.php | The Linux Command Line]] by William Shotts. ​ The books is freely available from the book website.
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 ====== Communications ====== ====== Communications ======
  
-This semester we will be using Piazza for class discussions. The system is highly catered to getting you help fast and efficiently from classmates and your instructor. Rather than emailing questions to the teaching staff, you are encouraged to post your questions on Piazza. 
-Find our class page at: [[https://​piazza.com/​colostate/​fall2016/​nsci580a4/​home]] 
  
 +We will be using [[ https://​community.canvaslms.com/​docs/​DOC-10727 | Canvas Discussions]] for class-wide communications.
  
-====== Course Staff ====== 
  
-Please direct content-related questions to the Piazza discussion board where the whole class can assist you in finding a solution. ​Be aware that content-related questions that are e-mailed ​privately ​to instructors may be posted anonymously ​to Piazza ​for faster response. Please use instructor e-mails for individual-specific questions ​that do not relate to course content.+====== Instructors ====== 
 + 
 +|    ^  Office ​ ^  Office Hours  | 
 +^ [[http://​www.bmb.colostate.edu/​people/​erinnish | Erin Nishimura]] ​ | MRB 239 |  by appointment ​ | 
 +^ [[http://​onishlab.colostate.edu/​home-page/​david-king | David King]] | MRB 227 | by appointment | 
 +^ [[http://​www.montgomerylab.org/​| Tai Montgomery]] ​ |  Biology 240   | by appointment |. 
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 +Please direct content-related questions to the whole class using [[ https://​community.canvaslms.com/​docs/​DOC-10727 | Canvas Discussions]]. This way, the class can assist you in finding a solution ​quicklyContent-related questions that are e-mailed to instructors may be posted ​(anonymously) on Canvas Discussions ​for faster response. Please use instructor e-mails for individual-specific questions.
  
-|  ^ Contact ^ Info    | 
-^ Instructor: [[http://​www.bmb.colostate.edu/​people/​erinnish| Erin Osborne Nishimura]] ​ | [[Erin.Nishimura@colostate.edu | email]] | 
-^ Instructor: [[ http://​www.montgomerylab.org/​| Tai Montgomery]] | [[tai.montgomery@colostate.edu | email]] | 
  
-[[http://​www.cs.colostate.edu/​~asa/​| Asa Ben-Hur]] taught previous iterations of this class and has been instrumental in its development. 
 ====== Grading ====== ====== Grading ======
  
 Your grade for this course will be based on assignments,​ weekly quizzes, and a final exam.  The percentages are as follows: Your grade for this course will be based on assignments,​ weekly quizzes, and a final exam.  The percentages are as follows:
    
-  * Assignments: ​60% +  * Assignments: ​70%
-  * Quizzes: ​ 10%+
   * Final exam:  30%   * Final exam:  30%
  
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 Late assignments will not be accepted, unless you make arrangements with the instructor at least two days before the due date. Late assignments will not be accepted, unless you make arrangements with the instructor at least two days before the due date.
  
 +====== Quizzes ======
  
-====== Expectations ======+Erin's section will have a 5 minute quiz at the beginning of each class. These are not graded. ​
  
-You are expected to be familiar with the [[http://​www.conflictresolution.colostate.edu/​Data/​Sites/​1/​student-conduct-code/​student-conduct-code-brochure-v2015.pdf|CSU Student code of conduct]]. This course will adhere to the [[ http://​learning.colostate.edu/​integrity/​ | CSU Academic Integrity Policy]]. At a minimum, violations will result in a grading penalty in this course and a report to the Office of Conflict Resolution and Student Conduct Services.+====== Expectations ======
  
 +You are expected to be familiar with the [[https://​resolutioncenter.colostate.edu/​conduct-code/​|CSU Student code of conduct]]. This course will adhere to the [[ http://​catalog.colostate.edu/​general-catalog/​policies/​students-responsibilities/#​academic-integrity | CSU Academic Integrity Policy]]. At a minimum, violations will result in a grading penalty in this course and a report to the Office of Conflict Resolution and Student Conduct Services.
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