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This Advanced level workshop is ideal for researchers and technical workers with a background in biology and a basic knowledge of Python, to develop bigger or more complicated programs and increase skills and knowledge about the language, including object-oriented approaches to programming.
How to manage biological data and use computational methods to power life science research
Now in its fifth year, the annual Norwich Single-Cell Symposium at Earlham Institute covers single-cell genomics technologies and their application in microbial, plant, animal and human health and disease.
This introductory level course is intended for people with a biological background but with no previous programming experience. The course introduces basic programming concepts with plenty of time to practice writing code and working on your own data.
This three-day symposium is aimed at researchers currently using long read technology for transcriptome annotation and analysis
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Data Carpentry workshops are for any researcher who has data they want to analyze, with no prior computational experience required.