By ZIHAN X•
May 05, 2019
The contents of last two weeks are very obscure. Without interactive text, it's very difficult to comprehend by watching short videos.
Sep 16, 2018
By Dr S C•
Aug 17, 2018
Fascinating material, and excellently presented!
By Christiane A•
Nov 06, 2017
Good course material and challenging code problems!
Onde remark : the peer review was almost impossible to correct because the diagrams (trees) where of such lpoor quality that the numvers where almost completely unreadable!
By Hercules P N•
Aug 15, 2017
Although certain aspects of it were positive and in line with the quality of previous modules, this course had its problems. The biggest was the lack of alignment between weeks 4 and 5 (which would be better placed in Module 2) and the rest of it. It got worse due to the lack of Stepik support and material in the textbooks that would in theory accompany the course. This misalignment is also evident when we look at the quizzes and the final challenge, which hardly tackled the material of those two dreadful weeks.
By Robert G•
Jul 20, 2017
Covers the most important algorithms for phylogenetic trees. Fascinating exam
By Arun P•
May 09, 2017
It was an excellent & informative course !
By Ari B•
Dec 05, 2016
At some point several instructors lost necessary passion to keep us focused. Otherwise it was a very informed and enjoyable presentation. Historical references are extremely important.
By Weidong X•
Oct 30, 2016
By Yulan W•
Oct 02, 2016
By Bryan G•
Aug 15, 2016
I would have enjoyed it more if I had had enough knowledge to do the Honors quiz!
I downloaded all the videos so I could play them over without chewing up my data, but the quality is so poor you can't always make out the writing - i's and j's all look similar. It would be better if the presentation material was bigger and the facilitator images smaller - you need only see a face, not the whole upper body in the foreground.
Nevertheless, I have been enlightened !