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I was looking for a cheat sheet of UNIX commands, which are specifically usable for data science. I mean an introduction to very basic commands (starting from cd, ls, pwd, to some still simple but usable for data - e.g. wc, a few simple things with pipes, ssh, maybe s3cmd, etc), with some minimalistic examples.

I couldn't find one; or at least, nothing close to:

I am pretty much aware of datascienceatthecommandline.com, but my goal would be to have a 1-2 A4 pages printout, with really simple stuff.

If there is one (but I missed it), I would be grateful for posting it as an answer. If there isn't, then I am asking to post pieces of such list.

(If Moderator permits, we may create one list with Community Wiki.)

EDIT: The closest thing I've found is here: Useful Unix commands for data science (very nice, but missing the very introductory part).

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I would recommend this one - http://www.cheat-sheets.org/saved-copy/ubunturef.pdf

Its comprehensive, but not data science specific.

There are a number of great cheat sheets here that may be what you are looking for:https://dzone.com/refcardz

If you are wanting to create your own, this is a very nice tool: http://www.cheatography.com/

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This is a post that starts from data science and walks you through options for completing common tasks: http://www.drbunsen.org/explorations-in-unix/.

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