By: Sudhir Kumar and Alan Filipski
Today, biological sequence data is available for biologists to translate analyses from datasets into knowledge that elucidates questions relating to evolution, biological function, and disease.
This book introduces the computational and statistical methods required to facilitate these analyses. It progresses from analysis of a single sequence to those with increasing complexity, allowing the authors to discuss methods and techniques in the simplest setting before introducing more complicated material. No advanced knowledge of computer science, statistics, or biology is assumed, making it an ideal textbook for advanced undergraduate and graduate students.
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