BC2490: Coding in Biology | B. Morton

Undergraduate Lecture
M Tu W Th 9-10:35AM
Summer 2021 A Term

An introduction to the basics of Python and R coding in the context of solving basic problems in molecular biology. Python will be used to write programs that analyze various features of DNA sequence data and R will be used to analyze output from RNA-seq experiments.

No prior programming experience is necessary. The work will involve modifying existing code as well as developing simple programs from the ground up.

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