MCB 112: Biological Data Analysis
|Course Head||Sean Eddy|
|Last run||Fall 2020|
|Fulfills||Science & Engineering|
Biology has become a computational science, requiring analysis of large data sets from genomics, imaging, and other technologies. This course teaches computational methods in biological data analysis, using an empirical and experimental framework suited to the complexities of biological data, emphasizing computational control experiments. The course is primarily aimed at biologists learning computational methods, but is also suited for computational statistical scientists learning about biological data.