ST403 - Statistics for Bioinformatics
Teachre(s)/Lecturer(s): Dr. Sachith Abeysundara
Credits: 2 Credits
Review of the following in the context of bioinformatics: Basic probability, statistical inference, stochastic processes, computer intensive approaches to statistical inference, applications. Mathematical models and computational methods of statistical genetics including mendelian genetic traits, population genetics, pedigree relationships and gene identity, meiosis and recombination, linkage detection, multipoint linkage analysis. Course work involves some computation in a Unix environment.
- Biological Sequence Analysis, R. Durbin, S. Eddy, A. Krogh and G. Mitchison (1998)
- Statistical Methods in Bioinformatics, An Introduction, W. J. Evans, G.R. Grant (2001)
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