Skip to content
Python Programming for Biologists
Jupyter Notebook HTML Other
Branch: master
Clone or download
Fetching latest commit…
Cannot retrieve the latest commit at this time.
Permalink
Type Name Latest commit message Commit time
Failed to load latest commit information.
01_intro_command_line
02_jupyter_anaconda
03_intro_programming
04_python_programming
05_python_data_analysis
06_data_vis_python
07_intermediate_python
08_bioinfo_python
09_python_workflows
10_databases
data
reporducible_science
.gitignore
Installation.md
README.md
python_scientific_stack_2017.pptx

README.md

Python Programming for Biologists


These seminars are presented to researchers at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) campus in Bethesda, Maryland in 2018.

These seminars have been recorded. Please see the NIAID Bioinformatics Portal for the recordings of these seminars and more training materials at http://bioinformatics.niaid.nih.gov

NIAID / NIH Python Programming Seminar Series

This seminar series is brought to you, at no cost, by the NIAID Bioinformatics and Computational Biosciences Branch (BCBB), part of the Office of Cyberinfastructure and Computational Biology (OCICB).

Dates and topics:

  • Introduction to the Command Line (and UNIX)
  • Introduction to Jupyter Notebooks
  • Introduction to Programming (with Python)
  • The Python Programming Language (for experienced programmers)
  • Data Analysis with Python and Pandas
  • Data Visualization with Python
  • Intermediate Python Programming and Best Practices
  • Bioinformatics Programming with Python
  • Building Workflows with Python
  • Biomedical Data Storage and Retrieval (using SQL & NoSQL)
  • Becoming a Reproducible Scientist

For those interested in previous versions of this material please see the dropbox location at: http://bit.ly/nih-python

Regards,

R. Burke Squires Computational Genomics Specialist BCBB / OCICB / OSMO / OD / NIAID / NIH http://bioinformatics.niaid.nih.gov

You can’t perform that action at this time.