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 Linux as a computational platform (DSCI 510) or a familiarity with UNIX/Linux and working from the command line. Linux as a computational platform (DSCI 510) or a familiarity with UNIX/Linux and working from the command line.
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 +====== Requirements ======
 +
 +Please see the course [[rnaseq_requirements|REQUIREMENTS]] for information on the computer you should bring to class, requesting SUMMIT access, and required software.
  
  
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 There is no textbook for this course. Reading assignment are papers describing the techniques used in the course. There is no textbook for this course. Reading assignment are papers describing the techniques used in the course.
  
 +====== Communications ======
  
-===== Instructors ===== 
  
-|    ^  Office ​ ^  Office Hours  | +We will be using [[ https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-10727 ​Canvas Discussions]] for class-wide communications.
-[[http://www.bmb.colostate.edu/people/erinnish ​Erin Nishimura]]  ​| ​ MRB 239   ​| ​ by appointment ​ |+
  
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 +====== Instructors ======
 +
 +|    ^  Office ​ ^  Office Hours  |
 +^ [[http://​www.bmb.colostate.edu/​people/​erinnish | Dr. Erin Nishimura]] ​ |  MRB 239   ​| ​ by appointment ​ |
 +^ [[http://​onishlab.colostate.edu/​home-page/​david-king/​ | Dr. David King]] ​ |  MRB 227   ​| ​ guest lecturer ​ |
  
  
 ====== Grading ====== ====== Grading ======
  
-Your grade for this course will be based on assignments, ​weekly quizzes, and a final exam.  The percentages are as follows:+Your grade for this course will be based on assignments, ​readings, lab notebook, and a final exam.  The percentages are as follows:
    
-  * Assignments: ​  50 %+  * Assignments: ​  35 % 
 +  * Readings: ​     15 %
   * Lab Notebook: ​ 25 %   * Lab Notebook: ​ 25 %
   * Final exam:    25 %   * Final exam:    25 %
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 These ranges for a letter grade might be shifted a little lower, but will not be raised. These ranges for a letter grade might be shifted a little lower, but will not be raised.
  
-Late assignments will not be accepted, unless ​you make arrangements with the instructor before the due date.+Late assignments will be accepted ​**if** ​you make arrangements with the instructor ​** 24 hrs before** the due date. You will be given 48 additional hours to complete the assignment. 
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 +**Assignments** - There will be 6 assignments worth 7 pts each. Your lowest assignment score will be dropped for a total of 35 possible points. 
 + 
 +**Readings** -- Three will be 6 readings worth 3 pts each. Your lowest reading score will be dropped for a total of 15 possible points. 
 + 
 +====== Quizzes ======
  
 +Erin's section will have a 5 minute quiz at the beginning of each class. These are not graded. ​
  
 ====== Expectations ====== ====== Expectations ======
  
-You are expected to be familiar with the [[https://​resolutioncenter.colostate.edu/​conduct-code/​|CSU Student code of conduct]]. This course will adhere to the [[ http://learning.colostate.edu/​integrity/ | CSU Academic Integrity Policy]]. At a minimum, violations will result in a grading penalty in this course and a report to the Office of Conflict Resolution and Student Conduct Services.+You are expected to be familiar with the [[https://​resolutioncenter.colostate.edu/​conduct-code/​|CSU Student code of conduct]]. This course will adhere to the [[ http://catalog.colostate.edu/​general-catalog/policies/​students-responsibilities/#​academic-integrity ​| CSU Academic Integrity Policy]]. At a minimum, violations will result in a grading penalty in this course and a report to the Office of Conflict Resolution and Student Conduct Services.
  
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