Ettema lab blog

Reference notes on Bash, Perl, BioPerl, R, Python, Git, Beskow, Uppmax and various Bioinformatics Tools

Hej all, During the last 2,5 years I’ve been trying to write down what I have learned every time I learned something new “code” related. I have just published these notes on github for the world to see. Though they are probably written in such a way that I would understand them but not necessarily

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Stricter strict and warnings

I try to always make sure to have the modules strict and warnings in every perl script I make. Of course that means 2 lines of code

A nice module to replace these with is ‘strictures’. Basically it sets both strict and warnings, with the added benefit of making all warnings fatal.


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Reversing file permissions

Sometimes there is a need to temporary change the permissions of a bunch a files. And perhaps after that you’d want to restore them to their previous settings. A nice little tool for this is ACL. By first getting all the permissions files in a directory (including sub-directories) using the follwing snipper:

Then one

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