July 12th to 14h, 2017
Python For Bioinformatics
Alberto Riva, PhD,
Associate Scientist DiBiG - ICBR
Bioinformatics Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology Research (ICBR)
University of Florida
Course summary and schedule:
Wednesday, 12. July 09.00-13.00
1st segment - Basic Python: syntax, data types, functions, classes, and methods.
2nd segment - Biological data. Common file types: sequence files, FASTA, fastq, alignment (SAM, BAM), variant calling (VCF).
Thursday 13. July 14.00-18.00
1st segment - Python for biological computing (BioPython, Pysam, etc).
2nd segment - Assign and discuss practical exercise.
Friday 14. July09.00-13.00
1st segment - Complete practical exercise.
2nd segment - Final evaluation.
Due to the interactive nature of the course, the number of participants is limited to 25, registrations will be considered in order of arrival.
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