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README.rst

README.rst

Programming for Scientists

A course for scientists who write code

This was a course offered at Carnegie Mellon University in Spring 2009. It was designed and taught by Luis Pedro Coelho (available at luis@luispedro.org), at the time, a graduate student in computational biology.

Later, an abdridged, two-and-a-half day version of the course was offered in Fall 2012 at Instituto de Medicina Molecular (Lisbon, Portugal).

Materials available

This package includes slides (under lectures/slides). These are exactly the slides that I presented except for a few typos that became apparent during lecture. It also includes lecture aids which were mostly little pieces of code that I resorted to during class.

There are a few other documents of interest, in particular, the syllabus.

Contact

Luis Pedro Coelho Carnegie Mellon University luis@luispedro.org