Our Amber Biology book Python For The Life Sciences is now nearing publication – we anticipate sometime in the early summer of 2016 for the publication date. As requested by many folks we are releasing the first draft of the table of contents. If you’re interested in updates you can sign up for our book mailing list. You can also checkout a preview chapter on Leanpub.
Python at the bench:
In which we introduce some Python fundamentals and show you how to ditch those calculators and spreadsheets and let Python relieve the drudgery of basic lab calculations (freeing up more valuable time to drink coffee and play Minecraft)
Building biological sequences:
In which we introduce basic Python string and character handling and demonstrate Python’s innate awesomeness for handling nucleic acid and protein sequences.
Of biomarkers and Bayes:
In which we discuss Bayes’ Theorem and implement it in Python, illustrating in the…
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