Getting Started With Markdown

This guide is going to go over the basics of using markdown within the GENI Science system.

Emphasis

**bold**
*italics*
~~strikethrough~~

bold
italics
strikethrough

Headers

# Big header
## Medium header
### Small header
#### Tiny header

Big header

Medium header

Small header

Tiny header

Lists

* Generic list item
* Generic list item
* Generic list item

1. Numbered list item
2. Numbered list item
3. Numbered list item
  1. Numbered list item
  2. Numbered list item
  3. Numbered list item

Links

[Text to display](http://www.example.com)

Text to display

Quotes

> This is a quote.
> It can span multiple lines!

This is a quote.
It can span multiple lines!

Images

Need to upload an image? Imgur has a great interface.

![Yes](https://i.imgur.com/sZlktY7.png)

Yes

Tables

| Column 1 | Column 2 | Column 3 |
| -------- | -------- | -------- |
| John     | Doe      | Male     |
| Mary     | Smith    | Female   |

Or without aligning the columns...

| Column 1 | Column 2 | Column 3 |
| -------- | -------- | -------- |
| John | Doe | Male |
| Mary | Smith | Female |
Column 1 Column 2 Column 3
John Doe Male
Mary Smith Female

Displaying custom text

`e = mc^2`

e = mc^2

Or spanning multiple lines...

    ```
    1   3
    - + -  = 1 1/4
    2   4
    ```
1   3
- + -  = 1 1/4
2   4

Fixed width fonts

<pre> This requires a bit of html code but its not too bad. Be sure to start with <pre> and end the selection with </pre>

This generates a fixed-width font that can be used to show aligned amino acid or DNA sequences.
just insert a return to go to the next line. 


ATCCGGCTAG AGGTTCCTTA
ATCCGGCTAG AGGTTCCTTA




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