Python Programming for Biology
Prof: Marc Chevrette / Spring 2023
Apr 12, 2023
Can be difficult at times because you need to understand what you did wrong in order to fix it - as with any programming language. The quizzes and graded projects have unlimited attempts, so don't be scared to try answers and see what happens. Join the GroupMe page at the beginning of the semester - everyone helps out there. Also, go to office hours, there are multiple times throughout the week with the TA's.
It is a useful course to understand how programming and biology can come together. The end project is programming a 3-D model of a spike protein from SARS-CoV-2, so that was interesting!
The course is all in Canvas and the professor uses announcements sometimes. The course is well written and there are videos to watch if something was unclear.
Join the GroupMe. While reading through a unit on Canvas, follow along and do the examples on your programming shell. This will save you tons of time trying to do it by yourself in the future.
Prof: Bryan Kolaczkowski / Spring 2021
Sep 3, 2021
Great Class! All the answers to the assignments were in the professors lectures (recorded and written). No exams or proctored assignments.
Read all the modules, but videos are optional if you understand the reading.
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