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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 ======
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 +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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 |    ^  Office ​ ^  Office Hours  | |    ^  Office ​ ^  Office Hours  |
-^ [[http://​www.bmb.colostate.edu/​people/​erinnish | Erin Nishimura]] ​ |  MRB 239   ​| ​ by appointment ​ | +^ [[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. 
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 +**Readings** -- Three will be 6 readings worth 3 pts each. Your lowest reading score will be dropped for a total of 15 possible points. 
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 +====== 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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