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MAST 497: Introduction to Programming and Bioinformatics Spring 2018, Mon/Wed 09:30–10:45 AM, Robinson Hall 105/Cannon 203 Course materials available at and DropBox Instructor Adam G. Marsh, Ph.D. Marine Biosciences School Marine Science and Policy 645-4367 [email protected] Description Bioinformatics and Programming are essential skills in Biological research but have a high barrier of specialization that make it difficult for many students without computer experience to pursue. This course focuses on addressing introductory concepts in programming and bioinformatics for students with no prior computational experience. Learning Outcomes Understand programming code structures using Python Understand memory management for large data sets Develop knowledge of Bioinformatics statistical approaches Develop knowledge of R statistics applications Execute sequence based analyses of genes and genomes Evaluation This course will involve topical lectures by the instructor followed by directed code-based homework projects. The primary goal is to reach a level of coding efficiency and students will be expected to submit
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