Course Overview
The introduction to hands-on Bioconductor workshop is a virtual two-half-day training to provide an overview of leveraging open-source Bioconductor resources for research studies. There will be two courses offered by the BioConductor community: Introduction to Bioconductor Annotation Resources (Thursday, 29th April)   Epidemiology for Bioinformaticians (Friday, 30th April 2021)
Intended Audience
The course is designed for biomedical research graduate students (master, PhD), early-stage researchers, and bioinformaticians who would like to build their capacity in data analysis using Bioconductor resources and are familiar with R syntax and using RStudio.
Keywords: Bioinformatics, Epidemiology, study design, causal inference, BioConductor packages
Skill level of training: Beginner
Language: English
Credential awarded: Letter of completion/attendance
Type of training: Blended/hybrid learning
Venue of the course: Online (Zoom)
Dates for the course: Every Tuesday and Thursday from 10:30 CAT to 14:30 CAT
Course organisers: H3Africa, H3ABioNet, and the Bioconductor Community
Participation: The course is available to any participant who meets the requirements and is able to attend provided they have been selected via the selection process
Course Sponsors: H3ABioNet Local Classrooms
Course objectives
 

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