Submitted 27 April 2020 by Soledad De Esteban-Trivigno
Transmitting Science is offering a new ONLINE live course: COURSE INTRODUCTION TO PYTHON FOR BIOLOGY.
AAPA members have a 20 % discount!
Dates: July 13th-17th, 2020
Instructor: Nichole Bennet (The University of Texas at Austin, United States of America)
Course overview: Python is a user-friendly and powerful programming language commonly used in scientific computing, from simple scripting to large projects. This workshop will provide hands-on practice in a biological context for beginners, with very limited prior programming experience. This course is designed to be very applied, and we will explore Python tools of immediate help to the working scientist. After completing this course, participants will be able to apply Python programming automation to their own research problems and should be equipped to continue their own Python learning. While this course will focus on data analysis using Python, participants will gain language-agnostic principles of programming, like automation with loops and encapsulation with functions, that will serve as best practices for their scientific computing.
More information and registration: https://www.transmittingscience.com/courses/statistics-and-bioinformatics/introduction-to-python-for-biology/ or writing to [email protected] Payment is not required at the registration.
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