[R] ad: short course on advanced programming, other topics.

From: Thomas Lumley <tlumley_at_uw.edu>
Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2011 11:02:01 +1300


The 16th Summer Institute in Statistical Genetics will be held June 13-July 1, 2011, in Seattle, at the University of Washington.

The course offerings include a 2.5 day module in "Advanced R Programming", June 27-29 with Thomas Lumley and Ken Rice as instructors.
This module covers use of R for advanced graphics, object-oriented programming, use of SQL databases and other formats used with large data files, some of the Bioconductor data infrastructure, production of R packages, and calling C code from R. The module is aimed
at people who have either substantial R experience or programming experience in other languages. There is also a (very) introductory module on R for genetics, June 15-17, by the same instructors.

Other modules cover statistics, classical and modern statistical genetics, gene expression, and proteomics.

The web site is http://sisg.biostat.washington.edu

Some scholarships (funded by NIH and NSF) are available for students. US students can receive support for travel and tuition fees; overseas students may be able to receive support for tuition fees, but not for travel. The deadline for scholarship applications is Friday, April 1.

For non-scholarship participants the deadline for early registration is Monday, May 16.

   -thomas

-- 
Thomas Lumley
Professor of Biostatistics, University of Auckland
Affiliate Professor of Biostatistics, University of Washington.

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