|Lecturer:||Sepp Hochreiter, Michael Widrich|
|Times/locations:||Tue, 13:45-17:00, room MT 226|
|Registration:||KUSSS, opens an external URL in a new window|
Python (www.python.org, opens an external URL in a new window) is a powerful and versatile programing language that allows for fast prototyping in simple scripts to complex large-scale software. This lecture shall provide a short introduction to Python with a focus on research and scientific applications in the field of Bioinformatics and Machine Learning, as relevant at the Bioinformatics institute and its curriculum.
As students with different academic backgrounds are invited to attend this lecture, the agenda might be modified to fit the needs of the audience throughout the course. Lectures will (if possible) be held interactively and students are encouraged to bring their Laptops. Grading will be based on home exercises or projects.
IMPORTANT: Please install Python3 (version 3.5 or higher) and Pycharm on your laptop. Written instructions will be provided via moodle (link follows). If you need help, please write a post in the moodle forum (link follows).
The main structure of this course is a follows: