Teaching

Upcoming Classes & Workshops

Bio503 Introduction to Programming and Statistical Modeling in R
Harvard School of Public Health, Winter 2012-2013
Dr. A. Culhane
1.25 credits
Seminars. Five 3-hour sessions during WinterSession (January 2013)

This course is an introduction to R, a powerful and flexible statistical language and environment that also provides more flexible graphics capabilities than other popular statistical packages. The course will introduce students to the basics of using R for statistical programming, computation, graphics, and modeling.

Classes and Teaching Archive

2012

June 2012 - ReproducibleResearch: Sweave and R Countway library 403

May 2012 Introduction to R and Bioconductor. Countway library 403

Feb 2012 -Advanced R / Bioconductor Workshop on High-Throughput Genetic Analysis Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center – Seattle, WA

Jan 2012 -BIO 503 – Programming & Stat Modeling
Harvard School of Public Health, Winter 2012
Dr. A. Culhane
1.250 Credit hours

2011

Dec 2011- Introduction to Bioconductor , Countway Library

Nov 2011- Half day course on Reproducible Research using Sweave, Countway library

Oct 2011- Lectures and Tutorial on Exploratory data analysis and Reproducible Research, at Boston Bioconductor Basics at the Inn at Longwood with Vince Carey and Julie Zhu Oct 24th, 25th

July 2011 – Lecture and tutorial on Reproducible Research and Sweave at CSHL

July 2011 - Statistical Analysis of Genomics Data at CSHL
Lecture and tutorial on Reproducible Research and Sweave and GeneSet analysis

June 2011 - Reproducible Research and Sweave Half day course introducing Sweave and knitr

May 2011 - Introduction to R and Bioconductor 1.5 day introductory course to R and Bioconductor

Jan 2011 - BIO 503 – Programming & Stat Modeling

Harvard School of Public Health, Winter 2011
Seminars. Five 3-hour sessions during WinterSession
This course is an introduction to R, a powerful and flexible statistical language and environment that also provides more flexible graphics capabilities than other popular statistical packages. The course will introduce students to the basics of using R for statistical programming, computation, graphics, and modeling.

2010

Feb 2010- Bio506 Introduction to Computational Biology

I gave a lecture on GeneSet Analysis and GeneSigDB as part of this course.

Jan 2010- Bio503- Introduction to Programming and Statistical Modeling in R
Harvard School of Public Health, Winter 2010
Dr. A. Culhane and Dr. S. Bentink
1.25 credits
Seminars. Five 3-hour sessions during WinterSession

This course is an introduction to R, a powerful and flexible statistical language and environment that also provides more flexible graphics capabilities than other popular statistical packages. The course will introduce students to the basics of using R for statistical programming, computation, graphics, and modeling.

2008

Bio503 Introduction to Programming and Statistical Modeling in R
Harvard School of Public Health, Winter 2008
Dr. A. Culhane
1.25 credits
Seminars. Five 3-hour sessions during WinterSession

This course is an introduction to R, a powerful and flexible statistical language and environment that also provides more flexible graphics capabilities than other popular statistical packages. The course will introduce students to the basics of using R for statistical programming, computation, graphics, and modeling.