Learn Biopython: Preliminary Step Toward  Bioinformatics

Learn Biopython: Preliminary Step Toward Bioinformatics
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + .srt | Duration: 32 lectures (2h 28m) | Size: 815 MB

Performing the Daily Tasks of Bioinformatics


What you’ll learn:
The basics of Python and Biopython

Requirements
There are no requirements except to insist on learning

Description
This course gives you an introduction to Python, where we covered the basics of the language, including:

Basic syntax,

Variable types,

Basic operators,

Decision making, and

Loops.

Then to the stage where Python is used to explore biopython codes, and then combine them to perform routine bioinformatics tasks, and that includes:

Searching and obtaining data from NCBI databases through the internet connection,

Dealing with sequence files like reading, writing, and converting,

Dealing with sequences like manipulation and analysis,

Performing pairwise sequence alignment (global and local),

Performing multiple sequence alignment (MSA), and Dealing with MSA and Newick format file, and

Finally, performing BLAST online and offline then parsing the results.

Who this course is for
Students and researchers dealing with DNA, RNA, or protein sequences

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Learn Biopython: Preliminary Step Toward  Bioinformatics
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