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DataPLANT Guides

last updated at 2023-06-07

Welcome to the DataPLANT guides section

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ModeRead Read to learn about a tool or concept
ModeWalk-through Use-case example that you can follow as-is
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Tutorials Code blocks

Tutorials that guide you on steps using the command line usually include code blocks with one or more lines of code. Code blocks are "copy/paste friendly" You can copy the following line to your command line and hit enter:

echo "Hello. I am a code block" Variables

Code blocks sometimes include <variables> in brackets, that need to be replaced with suitable information (e.g. the name of your folder) before executing in your command line.

💡 Make sure to also remove the square brackets <>.

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