|2015-03-12||Following up on the statement that a formula collection for the HMM part of the course will not be attached to the March 2015 exam paper, you are not expected to memorize the formulae for this part of the course. If any formulae are needed, these will be provided in the question paper itself.|
|2015-03-10||Unlike the previous exams in this course, a Chalmers-approved calculator is permitted for the March 2015 exam. However, a formula collection for the HMM part of the course will NOT be attached to the March 2015 exam paper.|
|2015-02-18||Notes from the meeting with course representatives are on the course evaluation web page (local access).|
|2015-02-18||If you are looking for some additional introductory material on Perl, I suggest looking at Chapters 1-6 of the free online book "Beginning Perl" by Simon Cozens.|
|2015-02-13||Some hints on practical 2.|
|2015-02-13||The task descipion for the essay on next generation sequencing and metagenomics is now on-line.|
|2015-02-11||Examination sign-up deadline is on Thursday 26 February 2015.|
|2015-02-03||The lecture from Tore Samuelsson at 10:00 on Thursday 5 February will be in room MVF23.|
|2015-01-09||The first lecture in this course is at 13:15 on Monday 19 January in room KS2.|
Grades will be determined by a written exam at the end of the course (08:30, 16 March 2015). But in order to pass the course you must also submit solutions to specified exercises: one small programming task will be set each week, and there will be an essay on next generation sequencing and metagenomics.
There is an on-line list of students who have completed the practical work (local access).