Seminar/Event Detail

UHBBI Workshop series Introduction to Perl for Bioinformatics

Date/Time: 09 December 2011, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Speaker: Mahdi Belcaid
Speaker Affiliation: Pacific Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases Research COBRE
Venue: POST 126
For more info: mahdi [ at ] hawaii {dot} edu

Description: Perl is one of the most widely adopted scripting languages in bioinformatics due to its highly developed capacity to handle text and its plethora of libraries to seamlessly handle even the most complicated analyses. This introductory workshop is intended to offer participants practical experience in Perl programming and provide them with the fundamentals they need to use it for solving their day-to-day bioinformatics problems. A series of comprehensive lectures and practical examples with real-life examples will be given. The workshop will be presented over two days. The first day will cover a general introduction to Perl syntax and is open to everyone. The second day will focus exclusively on bioinformatics topics of interest to life scientists.

Sponsored by COBRE P20RR018727, INBRE P20RR016467, RCMI G12RR003061-26 and RMATRIX U54RR026136

Presented by: Mahdi Belcaid
December 9th & 10th (Friday & Saturday)
9:00AM to 4:00PM
Room: POST 126
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