Bioinformatics Resources SoSe 2017

 

Type:

Lecture (3 SWS) + Exercises (2 SWS)

Ects:

5.0

Lecturer

Lothar Richter 

Rotation:

Friday, 9:30 - 11:45 (lecture)
Monday: 14.15 -15.45 (exercise)
Friday: 13.00 -14.30 (exercise)

Place:

Lecture: Friday: MI 00.13.009A
Exercise: Friday MI 01.09.014 (no Exercise on June 2nd)
Exercise: Monday MI 00.08.38

Exam:

Review for main exam: Oct 5th 14-15 o'clock, room FMI 01.09.034

Make-up exam: Oct 12th, room MW 0350, Thursday 16.30 - 18.00, if the number of participants is low there may be an oral exam

Jul 28th, 16:30-18:00, MW 0350 (Egbert-von-Hoyer-Lecture hall)

Language:

Englisch

Announcements:

Review for main exam: Oct 5th 14-15 o'clock, room FMI 01.09.034

The make-up exam is online. Please register in TUMonline until Sep 22nd

Reminder: No lecture and exercise on May 26th

 
 

Slides:

  1. Apr. 28th Introduction  - Exercise Sheet 1 - Video Part1 Part2 - Here is a zipped version of a simple demo notebook from the lecture. Here is a notebook about the possibilities for Task 5 (updated May 9th).
  2. May 5th Genbank XML/Web, XML-Notebook, insects.xml - Exercise Sheet 2 - Video Part1 Part2 - Jupyter notebook
  3. May 12th Swissprot XML2 Webclients - Exercise Sheet 3 - Video Part1 Part2
  4. May 19th PDB / Aquaria  - Modified UniProtKB XML - Exercise Sheet 4 - Video Part1 Part2
  5. Jun. 2nd Secondary Databases and SQL - Exercies Sheet 5Video
  6. Jun 9th SQL, NoSQL - Exercise Sheet 6 - Video Part1 Part2
  7. Jun 23rd NoSQL - Exercise Sheet 7 - Video Part1 Part2
  8. Jun 30th MongoDB, JavaScript Demo for MongoDB- Exercise Sheet 8 - Video Part1 Part2
  9. Jul 7th JavaScript (cont.), PredtictProtein,  Exercise Sheet 9, Template - Video Part1 Part2
  10. Jul 14th Backend JavaScript Video
  11. Jul 21st Wrap-Up and Questions - no slides, no video

Homework:

All jupyter notebooks are based on Python 3. Not everything in the notebook may be required for correctly solving the task. There are often different ways of approaching the problem which are equally valid. Notebooks are offered as additonal material to students that attended the exercises and were interested in the code. The notebooks are not a substitute for attending the exercise.