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

Jan 2012BIO 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.