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BIOMEDIN 227SI: Computational Methods for the Modern Biologist

The explosion of high throughput biology has made it impossible for the modern medical or biology researcher to thrive without being familiar with handling and processing large biological datasets. In this course, we cover Bash scripting, Python programming, tabular data management and visualization, scientific notebooks, code testing, and version control, all applied to the analysis of genomic sequences and annotations. An especial emphasis is given to integrating the scientific method into everyday programming. Open to M.D. and graduate students. Background in biomedicine. No programming background required though familiarity with computers and elementary math/statistics can be helpful.
Terms: Sum | Units: 1 | Grading: Medical Satisfactory/No Credit
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