Creada por:   Johns Hopkins University

  • Kasper Daniel Hansen, PhD

    Enseñado por:    Kasper Daniel Hansen, PhD, Assistant Professor, Biostatistics and Genetic Medicine

    Bloomberg School of Public Health
Información básica
Curso 6 de 8 en el Programa especializado Ciencia de datos genómicos.
Idioma
English
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3.8 stars
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Cada curso es como un libro de texto interactivo, con videos pregrabados, cuestionarios y proyectos.

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Johns Hopkins University
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Calificaciones y revisiones
Calificado 3.8 de 5 66 calificaciones

Lots of good data. Really a walk through of coding without too much theory. Would prefer a little more theory. Would have helped in completing the course and capstone. Ended up having to take Eric Lander Intro to Bio course on edx to really understand what I had done. In particular, a better explanation of what is going on at a basic with methylation marks and how the Epigenome Map was constructed.

It is a good start for people who study epigenomics!

The course is hard and needs previous knowledge of R. The time for for doing the "quizes" are not long. On the other hand, the questions resemble real world bioinformatics problems. The real inconvenience with this course is that the Forum does not work. Because not all that is questioned in the "quizes" are thought in the classes. So a help from the Forum is a real need for this course to work smoothly.

The course is tough and needs lots of practice and time to handle the stuff explained in this course. In my opinion the stuff should be split into 2 courses (partA and partB) with detailed explanation of every covered topic.