The Fortran programming language is still - despite of its long history - one of the standard and most useful languages in scientific computing. Our course will give the participants the basic knowledge on the Fortran 95 programming language as well as some glimpses on the Fortran 2003/2008 standards and their new features.
This one day course focuses on using the CSC environment which has been tailored for researchers to be easy and efficient for scientific use.
This introductory course covers single cell RNA-seq data analysis methods, tools and file formats. The free and user-friendly Chipster software is used in the exercises, and the course is thus suitable for everybody.
This hands-on course introduces the participants to single-cell RNA-seq data analysis concepts and tools. Basic skills of R and Unix are required.
Python is modern, object-oriented programming language which has become popular in several areas of software development. This course introduces the basic concepts of the Python programming language and presents selected Python modules.
This two day course will cover the very basics of Unix/Linux. No previous knowledge about these operating systems is expected, as the course serves as an introduction to those who are completely new to Linux. Both days have extended hands-on exercises.
Learn about CSC computing resources for GIS and get to know how what others are doing.
Before the IGS Nordic Branch meeting we offer the possibility to attend two day basic training in usage of the ice sheet and glacier model Elmer/Ice. The venue is organized by University of Lapland (Rupert Gladstone).
How to use CSC computing resources for spatial analysis.
After the IGS Nordic branch meeting in Rovaniemi, we provide the possibility to meet at CSC in Espoo to discuss latest developments in Elmer/Ice and work together