Practical Python for beginners: a Biochemist’s guide
This online course is aimed at researchers of all career stages who are looking to explore the application of Python to their research methods. The course teaches the core skills and principles that underlie the application of Python to complex, real-world research problems, and learners will benefit from interaction with each other and with the trainers. No prior coding experience is required to enrol. See the registration site for more details on the topics covered and course structure.
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