In the past years I have focused on what seemed to be the most useful bioinformatics tools for biologists that need to analyze data with software that does not have a graphical interface. The final result is that I created tutorials for
python. It seems that others agree, and I think this youtube video from Maria Nattestad founder and CEO of OMGenomics, now at a Software engineer at Google according to her LinkedIn profile.
On this channel (OMGenomics) most videos are about 2 years old but some of the information is still very relevant today.
There are also actual tutorials on:
RStudioin a series titled “Quick Wins with R“
bashwith 2 videos: “Introduction to bash for data analysis” and “How to write a bash script“
Pythonfor example “How to turn a python script into a command-line program“