Programming Fundamentals and Bioinformatics in R

 

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Experimental CPSC 499 course for second half of fall semester 2017

This course is aimed at graduate students who have been briefly introduced to R in their coursework and want to understand the R programming language in more depth in order to use it in their research.  It assumes no knowledge of computer science, and will cover introductory computer science concepts and vocabulary.  Students will learn to create their own R functions, and will create small R packages as a final project.  The course will also introduce analysis of DNA, RNA, and protein sequence data using BioConductor.

Lecture 9:30-10:50am Tuesday/Thursday. Lab/Discussion 11:00- 12:20pm Tuesday

2 Credit Hours; CRN 69380

Instructor: Lindsay Clark

 

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