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The first meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 10, at 10:15, Building E2 1, Room 007. Registration in our CMS is now open.
The aim of this course is to give students of bioinformatics and computer science a solid background in probability and statistics as well as detailed knowledge about computer simulation of stochastic models, parameter estimation and hypothesis testing. Students will also learn how to use software tools such as Python to analyze data and probabilistic models. This course is a flipped classroom course, which means that the two lecture/tutorial slots will be used for exercises/examples/questions and discussion of the material and participants have to prepare for these slots by either watching videos or reading the lecture notes.
The course is open to students from bioinformatics and computer science. Mathematical skills as well as basic programming skills are of advantage but not mandatory. For the following topics, we have material (notes, videos) for revision.
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Certification Conditions: TBD