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Statistics & Bioinformatics: Introduction & Application
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Tsiatis, W. Wong Warren Ewens Introduction to Bioinformatics Introduction to bioinformatics 1 Introduction A scenario 3 Life in space and time 4 Dogmas: central and peripheral 5 Observables and data arch Your name. Close Send. Remember me Forgot password? High-throughput techniques are becoming increasingly more prevalent in research in life sciences and the clinic. However, to make effective use of the resulting large datasets it is necessary to understand and apply more advanced statistical methods.
We will introduce the statistical concepts behind typical data analysis tasks for large-scale biological data, including the following topics:. We will also introduce reference sources and biological databases that can aid interpretation and will show how they can be accessed and integrated into a data analysis. Methods will be demonstrated by replicating analyses from publications and real-life gene expression data will be used in the computer labs.
To encourage continued learning after the course, we will also provide an overview of available web-based courses and exercises. Knowledge: Learn important statistical and bioinformatics concepts for analysing molecular data. Have knowledge of the specific statistical challenges associated with the analysis of high-throughput biological data. Skills: Be able to identify the data analysis problem and match the appropriate type of statistical method and corresponding software.
Perform basic analyses of high-throughput biological data using R and Bioconductor. Enrollment to this course is automatically registered in StudentWeb. Applicants will be notified immediately if their application to the course is granted.
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Students should have passed the exam in an introductory course in statistics e. Students should have a basic understanding of molecular biology, at least roughly corresponding to university study points in molecular biology, biochemistry, or similar. The teaching will be organized as an intensive course over five full days. There will be lectures coupled with hands-on practicals and example data analyses in the computer labs.
Students will need to allow for sufficient time in advance for course preparations, which include some required reading, as well as after the course for the take-home exam. The practicals will take place in the same lecture hall as the lectures.
Introduction to Mathematical Methods in Bioinformatics
Attendance will be registered. Take-home exam in the form of a comprehensive data analysis task based on a recent publication, to be submitted four weeks after completion of the course. You submit your assignment in the digital examination system Inspera. Read about how to submit your assignment.
You should familiarize yourself with the rules that apply to the use of sources and citations. Read more about the grading system.
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It is possible to take the exam up to 3 times. If you withdraw from the exam after the deadline or during the exam, this will be counted as an examination attempt. The course is subject to continuous evaluation. At regular intervals we also ask students to participate in a more comprehensive evaluation. Automatic reply.