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* Update 02-1st-example.md

I added extra explanations about echo and the contents of the files the tutorial user should make, and the command they will execute. 

I simplified the text about 'use a YAML or JSON object in a separate file' as it is very opaque to a beginner and didn't seem immediately relevant. 

I included an explanation of how the specific command used here (cwl-runner 1st-tool.cwl echo-job.yml) is an example of the general form cwl-runner [tool-or-workflow-description] [input-job-settings].
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User guide for CWL v1.0.2

Original source: https://github.com/common-workflow-language/common-workflow-language/blob/a2a8a08b8c8d56f8f2ca6284ca4e9cbf23d19346/v1.0/UserGuide.yml

Contributing

We welcome all contributions to improve the lesson! Maintainers will do their best to help you if you have any questions, concerns, or experience any difficulties along the way. To edit the user guide:

We'd like to ask you to familiarize yourself with our Contribution Guide and have a look at the more detailed guidelines on proper formatting, ways to render the lesson locally, and even how to write new episodes.

  • The text files for each tutorial can be found in the directory _episodes

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This repo is based upon https://github.com/swcarpentry/styles and should be periodically resynced.

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