Let’s run the workflow
When starting to work with a template, we ideally like to see it “working” on “test data” first. In this way, we know we can extend it easily. As our template is fully automated, building should be easy - you only need to type
So let’s go ahead by first watching our demo on what happens if you run
make in our template’s main directory. Then, you can proceed to our practice questions.
Practice questions and answers
If you haven’t done so yet, open Anaconda prompt (on Windows) or Terminal (on Mac) in the template’s main directory, and type
make. What happens?
Now, let’s type
makeagain. What happens now?!
Compare the directory/file structure with how it looked like before running
make. What are the differences?
Can you reconstruct what has just happened when running
make, by looking at the
makefilein the main directory? Imagine you’re arriving at the crime scene, and all you see is that file. Be a detective and start your investigation!