PLPTH 813 - Bioinformatics ApplicationsCredits: 3
This course will cover the basic principles of regular bioinformatics applications and emphasize the practice of bioinformatics in biological research. The course will introduce the use of computation skills in data analysis focused on the application of bioinformatics in next-generation sequencing (NGS). The goal of this course is to help students be prepared for the next-generation biological research that often generates large data and requires researchers to have the capability in data management and data mining.
Two hour lecture and two hours lab per week.
Recommended Prerequisite: BIOL 450 or ASI 500 and a 700 level statistics course.
Spring, odd years
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