BINF 6211 - Design and Implementation of Bioinformatics Databases
The fundamentals of database modeling as used in bioinformatics. By the end of the course, students should be able to: understand different types of data models, know how hierarchical and relational models work and give examples that are widely used for biological databases, understand the capabilities of a standard, open source RDBMS, understand the tasks required for data integration and how to use SQL as a research tool. Introduction to ML, XML Schema, and BioOntologies as widely used data exchange and organization tools in bioinformatics databases.
Credit Hours: (3)
Restriction(s): Permission of instructor.
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