Welcome to Team Fleming's Repo!
#TeamFleming is a multicultural group of 20 young bioinformatics enthusiasts participating in the 2021 HackBio Virtual Summer Internship. The HackBio 2021 Internship is a 5-week, fast-paced opportunity for budding scientists to gain advanced bioinformatics and computational biology skills while collaborating on real-world projects.
Following the footsteps of renowned scientist and drug developer, Alexander Fleming, #TeamFleming is taking their first steps to learning digital skills required to make impact at the intersection of biology & tech.
- Sara Elbesomy : Julia
- Naomi Ndifon : Ruby
- Adole Jolly : R
- Stephanie Ezirim : Python
- Aginah Chukwuemelie : Python
- Sopuluchukwu Ugwu : R
- Maxwell Booker : Perl
- Samar Ghoneim : C++
- Felicity Chidinma : Python
- Ridwan Osho : Java Script
- Kerishnee Naicker : Python
- Mercy Kibathi : Java
- Godspower Isaac : Python
- Kelvin Aganbi
- Olanipekun Tobi
- Dawoud Usman : Python
- Samuel Borode : Python
- Emmanuel Adamolekun
Our first task as Stage Zero Interns in the HackBio internship was tagged, The Spreadsheet Project.
Here's a pictorial representation of what we had to do
How to get the .CSV file of our meta data?
First, the following dependencies should be installed. We tried our code on Windows 10 using Git Bash to run the bash script.
Julia : you can download it from https://julialang.org/downloads/ and use this tutorial to install it https://datatofish.com/install-julia/ .
g++ compiler : you can download MinGW that contains both gcc and g++ for windows from https://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/ and you can use this tutorial to install it https://techsupportwhale.com/install-gcc-compiler-on-windows/ .
Ruby : you can download it from https://rubyinstaller.org/downloads/ .
R : you can download it from https://cran.r-project.org/ .
Python : you can download it from here https://www.python.org/downloads/ .
Perl : you can doenload it from here https://www.perl.org/get.html .
Second, you will need to download the bash script named "CSV_generator.sh" and run it on any bash environment (we used Git Bash) as:
And you may be needed to type this command first to allow the system to execute the scripts in your current directory:
$ chmod +x CSV_generator.sh
After running the file you will find a .CSV file in your current directory named "Fleming.csv".