About this book
Written in a fun, accessible and engaging style, this book will introduce you to the Python language with fully worked examples of Python code drawn from all aspects of life sciences, including bioinformatics, structural biology, developmental biology, and evolutionary biology and ecology.
Use object-oriented programming with Python
Study mining interaction network data for patterns
Review dynamic modeling of biochemical switches
Who This Book Is ForLife scientists with little or no programming experience, including undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral researchers in academia and industry, medical professionals, and teachers/lecturers.
-- John Novembre, Associate Professor of Human Genetics, University of Chicago and MacArthur Fellow“Fun, entertaining, witty and darn useful. A magical portal to the big data revolution” -- Sandro Santagata, Assistant Professor in Pathology, Harvard Medical School “Alex and Gordon’s enthusiasm for Python is contagious”
-- Glenys Thomson Professor of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley