Here are a few tutorials I have authored:
- Introduction to version control with git/GitHub
- Using git/GitHub in the Classroom with
- GitHub Pages: Create websites for you or your GitHub projects with Jekyll written in markdown
Data wrangling / programming languages
- Data wrangling with tidyr
- Data wrangling with dplyr
- Introduction to dplyr: Tutorial on the dplyr R package. Created for Harvard edX PH525.1x
- learnPython: Learn the basics of programming in Python and performing data analyses in Python
- Correcting batch effects and technical biases in scRNA-Seq data. Presented at the 2016 HSCI Single-Cell Workshop on Nov 30, 2016 at Harvard Medical School
- Mapping Whole Genome Bisulfite Sequencing data: Tutorial on how to convert WGBS fastq files into R. Includes quality control. Created for Harvard edX PH525.8x.
Odds and Ends
- General advice on following an academic career path: Contains resources and notes that I’ve gathered about following an academic career path (from being a graduate student and postdoctoral fellow to faculty). I should preface this by stating this advice is geared towards an applied statistics/genomics field, but I think most of it applies to a broader set of fields.