This tutorial is written to help people understand some of the basics of shell script programming (aka shell scripting), and hopefully to introduce some of the possibilities of simple but powerful programming available under the Bourne shell. As such, it has been written as a basis for one-on-one or group tutorials and exercises, and as a reference for subsequent use.
Using the BIMSB (soon to be called MAX) cluster environment is similar to using unix/linux environments for your job submission (e.g running your scripts or other software). The difference is that you need to specify needed resources beforehand. The cluster is controlled by a SGE (Sun Grid Engine Software) that organizes the queues and resources. This sort of scheduling system is necessary when limited computational resources are shared by many.
2014 PLOSOne Paper: The random- and fixed-effects estimators (RE and FE, respectively) are two competing methods that address these problems. We conduct a simulation study to compare RE, FE, and WB estimation across 16,200 scenarios.
Python 101 starts off with the fundamentals of Python and then builds from there. The audience of this book is primarily people who have programmed in the past but want to learn Python. This book covers a fair amount of intermediate level material in addition to the beginner material.
The materials presented here teach spatial data analysis and modeling with R. R is a widely used programming language and software environment for data science. R also provides unparalleled opportunities for analyzing spatial data for spatial modeling.