Created by:   Johns Hopkins University

  • Ben Langmead

    Taught by:    Ben Langmead, Assistant Professor of Computer Science

    Whiting School of Engineering

  • Jacob Pritt

    Taught by:    Jacob Pritt

    Department of Computer Science

Basic InfoCourse 4 of 8 in the Genomic Data Science Specialization.
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English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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Course 4 of Specialization
Become a next generation sequencing data scientist. Master the tools and techniques at the forefront of the sequencing data revolution.
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 of 130 ratings

Great Course!

This course is worth every cent you paid! Expecting new courses from the instructors!

Engaging course with a lot of information.

The lectures and practicals are very easy to understand. The programming homework is a little bit hard for a python beginner to finish. I wish there are more hints or test examples. It would be better to include some reference papers for those who are more interested in the sequencing techniques and methods to read by themselves. And it would be very nice to have a summary slide at the end of the course.