Bio/Recursion
Bio/Recursion (The Book + Code Files)
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Bio/Recursion

Last updated on 2018-02-25

About the Book

Hardcover version available on Amazon.

Bio/Recursion introduces topics in programming, computer science, and bioinformatics via examples in the R programming language. While often associated with statistics, Bio/Recursion employs R’s algorithmic capabilities to implement and visualize several fascinating methods, ranging from DNA alignment to drawing fractal trees.

Recursion (self-reference) provides a central theme, with topics spanning searching, sorting, data structures, proofs, fractals, and important bioinformatics algorithms.

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The Book + Code Files

Code files provided as .Rmd within an RStudio project, with each code block labeled to its corresponding figure.

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The Book
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About the Author

Shawn O'Neil
Shawn T. O'Neil

Shawn T. O’Neil earned a BS in computer science from Northern Michigan University, and later an MS and PhD in the same subject from the University of Notre Dame. His past and current research focuses on bioinformatics. O’Neil has developed and taught several courses in computational biology at both Notre Dame and Oregon State University, where he currently works at the Center for Genome Research and Biocomputing.

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