BME160: Research Programming in the Life Sciences

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No programming experience required, but basic computer skills assumed. Students without prior programming experience taught basic proficiency in Perl, BioPerl, and other Perl libraries needed to analyze, transform, and publish biological data. Students required to solve a research problem as a final project. Prerequisite(s): Biology 20A or 21A. Concurrent enrollment in course 160L is required. (General Education Code(s): MF - Mathematical and Formal Reasoning) J. Stuart

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Formally named: Research Programming for Biologists and Biochemists

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