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The course provides an overview of various RNA-Seq data analysis tools and practices using Linux commend line and shell script in CHPC. The overall goals of the course are to prepare the student in the methods of quality control (QC) of raw fastq files, to acquire basic shell script skills, and to conduct a research project using RNA-Seq data from scratch. This course will address the following key skills: Linux: This course fundamentally provides a lecture for how to execute the RNA-Seq analysis tools in Linux environment, Programming skills: Every topic in this course includes examples and practices using commend line in Linux, Research design and writing: Students will conduct a group project from identifying a RNA-Seq dataset from SRA, conducting QC, applying appropriate alignment/assembly tools, and interpreting results. Final report will be a format of an abstract.
This noncredit class meets with a regular University of Utah credit course.