R for bioinformatics - a beginner's guide
- 2018 -
The Institute of Molecular Biology organizes
"R for bioinformatics - a beginner's guide"
The course objective is to introduce R computing language to students
and scientists interested in data analysis and bioinformatics.
Course covers basics of R data types, syntax and main/popular biological data analysis packages.
Workshop dates: 25 April - 27 April 2018.
Dr. Henry Loffler-Wirth, PhD, Junior Group Leader at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Bioinformatics in the
University of Leipzig.
Ms. Edith Willscher, PhD Student at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Bioinformatics in the University of Leipzig.
Registration of selected participants: 9:30
Classes start at: 10:00
Venue: Instute of Molecular Biology, 2-nd floor
For registration send your motivation letter. In the motivation letter, indicate:
1) Your educational and professional background
2) How you intend to use the skills and knowledge obtained from the course in your research
3) Whether you are able to bring a laptop to the course.
The course will be conducted in English.
Participation is free of charge.
Five computer-equipped places are available.
Five additional places are available for participants coming with their laptops.
- Selection will be based on evaluation of applicants' academic standing and motivation.
- Upon completing the course all participants will receive certificates of participation.
- The workshop is conducted with support of the joint project "Cartography of pathogenic pathway states"
the State Committee of Sciences MES RA (16GE-025) and German Federal Ministry of Education and Science
(BMBF) WTZ ARM II-010.