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* [https://rostlab.org/~goldberg/ Tatyana Goldberg] - a PhD student at RostLab, who is a newbie to JavaScript and a former org admin and mentor of a JavaScript project in the [http://www.google-melange.com/gsoc/homepage/google/gsoc2014 Google Summer of Code Program]
 
* [https://rostlab.org/~goldberg/ Tatyana Goldberg] - a PhD student at RostLab, who is a newbie to JavaScript and a former org admin and mentor of a JavaScript project in the [http://www.google-melange.com/gsoc/homepage/google/gsoc2014 Google Summer of Code Program]
* [http://www.linkedin.com/pub/juan-miguel-cejuela/31/25b/597 Juan Miquel Cejuela] - a PhD student at RostLab
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* [http://www.linkedin.com/pub/juan-miguel-cejuela/31/25b/597 Juan Miquel Cejuela] - a PhD student at RostLab, who is...
   
 
Our exercises will heavily benefit from the expertise and enthusiasm of:
 
Our exercises will heavily benefit from the expertise and enthusiasm of:
   
* Sebastian Wilzbach
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* Sebastian Wilzbach - an awesome BioiInfo dude
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* David Dao - another awesome Computer Scientist dude ;))))
* David Dao
 
   
 
== Project description ==
 
== Project description ==

Revision as of 16:27, 10 October 2014

This is the main information exchange for the exercise 'Protein Prediction I' for Computer Scientists. The organisation, requirements and grading of the exercise is explained here by the mentors. All students will have one log in account and may add content to this wiki, if required by the mentors.

Exercise 'Protein Prediction I' for Computer Scientists

Grading

The exercise grade accounts for 60% of the final lecture grade. The grading will be based on your active participation in the exercises, as well as on the visualization component you will develop during the exercise, its clear and complete documentation, and the final presentation of the component to the group including Prof. Rost.

Mentors

The mentors for the exercises will be:

Our exercises will heavily benefit from the expertise and enthusiasm of:

  • Sebastian Wilzbach - an awesome BioiInfo dude
  • David Dao - another awesome Computer Scientist dude ;))))

Project description

Exercise Oct 16, 2014

In the first exercise we will give you an introduction to the programming language of the web - JavaScript. We will also talk about BioJS, whose library we aim to enhance by the awesome components that will outcome by the end of this semester's exercise.

[Slides]

TODO list for next week:

  • todo1
  • todo2
  • todo3

After completing the [BioJS tutorial], please rate the difficulty of the tutorial on a scale from 1 (very easy) to 5 (very hard) in the table below. The rating will be done anonymously and its purpose is for us to understand the level of your JavaScript knowledge to best tailor the upcoming exercises for you.

student 1 student 2 student 3 student 4 student 5 student 6 student 7 student 8 student 9 student 10
student 11 student 12 student 13 student 14 student 15 student 16 student 17 student 18 student 19 student 20