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Data Carpentry lesson to learn how to work with Amazon AWS cloud computing and how to transfer data between your local computer and cloud resources. The cloud is a fancy name for the huge network of computers that host your favorite websites, stream movies, and shop online, but you can also harness all of that computing power for running analyses that would take days, weeks or even years on your local computer. In this lesson, you’ll learn about renting cloud services that fit your analytic needs, and how to interact with one of those services (AWS) via the command line.
Link to resource: https://datacarpentry.org/cloud-genomics/
Type of resources: Module
Education level(s): Graduate / Professional
Primary user(s): student, teacher
Subject area(s): Computer Science, Information Science, Measurement and Data