Tutorial:Bash One-liners collection on Github
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nim.1111.ou ▴ 180

I started working on bioinformatics a few years ago (recently switched to cloud computing), and was amazed by those single-word bash commands which are much faster than my dull scripts, time saved through learning command-line shortcuts and scripting. Not all the code here is oneliner, but i put effort on making them brief and swift. I am mainly using Ubuntu, RedHat and Linux Mint and CentOS.

This note will focus on simple bash commands for parsing data and Linux system maintenance that i acquired from work and LPIC(Linux Professional Institute Certifications ) exam. I apologize that there are no detailed citation for all the commands, but they are probably from dear Google and Stackoverflow.

I wish to share all my notes with you.

https://github.com/onceupon/Bash-Oneliner

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thanks for sharing and nice effort.

other people have gone on that route before as well: https://github.com/stephenturner/oneliners

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bioinformaticians think alike ;) I have been collecting the commands for years i think its time to share. Since I was also the system admin of my lab, my notes include one-lines for data processing and Linux administration.

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I used to record all commands too, out of fear that I would forget. However, I realised that my brain will always remember the general 'feel' of every command that I have used, and that I could search, e.g., CrossValidated or StackExchange to get the specifics correct thereafter.

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I never thought github can be used like this way also. great job.

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