BME160: Research Programming in the Life Sciences

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No programming experience is required, but basic computer and molecular biology understanding are assumed. Students learn programming in Python to manipulate biological data. Programming assignments comprise the majority of the assignments, and a final project using skills developed in this course is required. BioPython and other modules introduced for use in the final project. (Formerly Research Programming for Biologists and Biochemists.) Prerequisite(s): Biology 20A or 21A. Previous or concurrent enrollment in course 160L is required. (General Education Code(s): MF - Mathematical and Formal Reasoning)

5 Credits

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Formally named: Research Programming for Biologists and Biochemists

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