[R] R course in Scotland
Heather.Turner at warwick.ac.uk
Fri Nov 21 12:03:04 CET 2008
If you want to use R for bioinformatics, you probably want a course
using Bioconductor (www.bioconductor.org). To combine with a
introduction to R, the following should be good:
but some time to wait till the next course. The following may provide a
Otherwise there are lots of materials from previous courses on
which you can use for self-teaching.
Hope that helps,
Dr H Turner
Senior Research Fellow
Dept. of Statistics
The University of Warwick
Tel: 024 76575870
Fax: 024 76524532
Gustavo Carvalho wrote:
> Take a look at this course:
> I don't think they teach tools for working with the genome, but it
> might be helpful anyway.
> On Thu, Nov 20, 2008 at 11:16 AM, Peter Saffrey <pzs at dcs.gla.ac.uk> wrote:
>> (apologies if this is the wrong list)
>> I'm a bioinformatician looking for a course in using R, in particular the
>> tools for working with the genome - I've heard they're lightning fast. I'm
>> in Glasgow, but I've tried the Robertson centre for biostatistics and they
>> use minitab.
>> If anybody knows of a course, I would be grateful. Glasgow or Edinburgh
>> would be preferable, but anywhere in the UK will do if it's a good course.
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>> and provide commented, minimal, self-contained, reproducible code.
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