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INFR 3102 : Scripting
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In The Catalog Prerequisites:
INFR 4121 : High Performance Computing
INFR 4122 : Advanced Scripting
INFR 4123 : Statistical Genetics
INFR 4203 : Seminar in Computational Biology
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BISC 1115 and 1125
Dr. Max Alekseyev
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Basic concepts of scripting in bioinformatics, such as alignments, searches, and data manipulation for biological data. Four credits in general biology courses may be substituted for the prerequisite.
As a result of completing this course, students will be able to: 1. Explain how genomic data is generated, annotated, stored and manipulated. 2. Describe scripting approaches in scientific literature and their application to the field of bioinformatics. 3. Apply Unix computing environment and Python scripting to bioinformatics applications. 4. Apply computer programming concepts to analyze genomic data from GenBank, SwissProt, SNP data base, and other genomic data bases.
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