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-==== General guidelines for conducting research in Oncinfo ​lab ====+==== General guidelines for conducting research in the Oncinfo ​Lab ====
  
-  - All google docs that need to be edited by lab members should be put in Oncinfo [[https://​drive.google.com/?​tab=mo&​authuser=0#​folders/​0B5Cpru0UXP0adTZTckg3aEd4SEE|folder]]. They should be kept confidential. Send your gmail address to Habil to get access to this folder. Then, create a subfolder with your name there, and create a google doc in your subfolder. Copy all items from this "For members"​ page to that google doc, and write "​**Done**",​ "​**Todo**",​ "​**Skip**"​ in front of each item.+  - All google docs that need to be edited by lab members should be put in Oncinfo [[https://​drive.google.com/?​tab=mo&​authuser=0#​folders/​0B5Cpru0UXP0adTZTckg3aEd4SEE|folder]]. They should be kept confidential. Send your gmail address to Habil to get access to this folder. Remind him to add you his Oncinfo Google group. Then, create a subfolder with your name there, and create a google doc in your subfolder. Copy all items from this "For members"​ page to that google doc, and write "​**Done**",​ "​**Todo**",​ "​**Skip**"​ in front of each item.
   - Pass the online training courses required by the University e.g., conflict of interest, safety, etc.   - Pass the online training courses required by the University e.g., conflict of interest, safety, etc.
   - All experiments and analysis are done on Unix. That is a __real__ ​ Unix system like Linux, OS X, etc., NOT a virtual machine. Start with a [[http://​www.ee.surrey.ac.uk/​Teaching/​Unix/​|tutorial]] for beginners or the [[http://​nebc.nerc.ac.uk/​downloads/​courses/​Bio-Linux/​bl8_latest.pdf|introduction]] to Bio-Linux.   - All experiments and analysis are done on Unix. That is a __real__ ​ Unix system like Linux, OS X, etc., NOT a virtual machine. Start with a [[http://​www.ee.surrey.ac.uk/​Teaching/​Unix/​|tutorial]] for beginners or the [[http://​nebc.nerc.ac.uk/​downloads/​courses/​Bio-Linux/​bl8_latest.pdf|introduction]] to Bio-Linux.