Results for "Perl"


  • Regular Expression Cheat Sheet

    The Regular Expression are the sole of Perl language, and for bioinformatician it is just a magical stick to resolve gingatic string data. We did not find any good and user friendly regular expression cheat sheet, hence write our own cheat sheet. The Regular Expressions Cheat Sheet, a quick ...

    Tags: Cheat Sheets, Perl, Regular Expressions, Genome, Strings

    1534 days ago

  • Bioinformatics: Introduction to PERL

    This course is aimed at those new to programming and provides an introduction to programming using Perl. By the end of this course, attendees should be able to write simple Perl programs and to understand more complex Perl programs written by others. The course will be taught using the online Lea...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Genetics, Perl, BioPerl

    1532 days ago

  • Do you want to compile your Perl program without running it, try $ perl -c <program> #Tipsoftheday #Perl

    Tags: Tipsoftheday, Perl

    1503 days ago

  • How to install Perl modules manually, using CPAN command, and other quick ways

    As a bioinformatics programmer, and crunchy data analyser you need to install several perl modules and dependencies. Installing Perl modules manually by resolving all the dependencies is  tedious and annoying process. Some of the packages like GD is the real pain. However, Installing Perl mo...

    Tags: Perl Modules, Perl, Packages, Yum, Quick, CPAN, BioPerl

    1531 days ago

  • Five unique traits of effective computational biologist

    Bioinformatics research is driven by large set of software, scripts, and tools to analyse gigantic biological data. Being a great biological programmer or bioinformatician involves more than writing code that works. The biological programmers who rise to the top ranks of their profession are not ...

    Tags: Biological Programmers, Computational Biology, Bioinformatics, Programmers, Traits, Perl

    1532 days ago

  • Is there any quick way to check the installed Perl modules from Linux/Unix command line.

    We always need to keep track of all the Perl modules, and install new one if required. Generally, whenever we run the Perl script it flash error message with the name of module not installed. I would like to know the quicker way to check the installed modules on any system/server.

    Tags: Unix, Linux, Perl, Modules, Command Line

    1528 days ago

  • print "$^O\n"; To print the OS name in perl #Tipsoftheday #Perl #RegularExpression

    Tags: Tipsoftheday, Perl, RegularExpression

    1531 days ago

  • Perl Module Installation

    Nice step wide information on perl module installation.

    Tags: Perl, Module, Bioperl

    1531 days ago

  • Why the Perl script flash error and print weird lines once change the operating system?

    Hi Bioinformatician, I am working on a small script which read a file and extract the gene coordinates. It works fine when I run on linux OS but in Window OS it print some weird sign, and also does not print the expected result. Following are the code for your reference. #!/usr/bin/perluse str...

    Tags: Perl, Syntax Error, Operating System, Perl script

    1503 days ago

  • Installing Perl GD Module

    In comparative genome analysis work, we usually compare more than two genomes and looks for syntenic regions amongst them. In my research I used Evolution Highway (RH), which is a collaborative project designed to provide a visual means for simultaneously comparing...

    Tags: Perl, GD, Modules, Circos, Evolution Highway, MAc Os, MS Window, Linux

    1521 days ago