Block 6: Perl intro

Perl is an easy to lean programming language. Some of the basic bioinformatic analysis requires simple tools and scripts, to process and filter the data. To have some knowledge of Perl can be useful to create these tools, for example to count blast hits of a set of sequences mapped with a similar genome sequence, or simply to change the format of some files.

Perl intro part 1: slides

Perl intro part 1: exercise

Perl intro part 2: BTI_Perl_course_20120423_part2

Perl intro part 2: exercise

Perl exercise file: petunia.self.m8

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