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Bioinformatics Data Analysis

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This course is offered as BMMB 852: Applied Bioinformatics at Penn State. It is a graduate level course that is also open for advanced undergraduates.

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The course teaches bioinformatics from a data-science perspective. The lectures are designed to familiarize students with data formats and the software tools used to transform, analyze and interpret the data.

The course has launched on January 7th, 2019 and will conclude in April 2019. Lectures will appear in the order that they are presented in class.

Lecture Tests
Lecture 1: Getting started

How is bioinformatics practiced. Computer setup.

Lecture 2: How do I use the command line?

Unix command line use. Find help on commands. Flag system.

Lecture 3: How to access published data from the command line

Reproducibility. Data repositories. Entrez Direct

Lecture 4: How to visualize biological data

Learn to use the IGV genome browser

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Lecture 5

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Lecture 7

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Lecture 9

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Lecture 10