There are a variety of resources for training on various aspects of Bioinformatics and data skills available at the Fred Hutch, in the Seattle area as well as online resources.
Local Training and Resources
- fredhutch.io offers frequent, on campus courses on a topics such as R, python or GitHub, and information about previous and upcoming courses is on their site. In order to sign up for courses, go to MyHutch and click on Hutch Learning to see currently available courses and register for them.
- Bioinformatics Shared Resources
- Scientific Computing training materials (requires login), related to introduction to Unix and Gizmo, though additional, more recent, information can be see in the Computing section of this site.
- FHBig (Fred Hutch Bioinformatics Interest Group), is a Fred Hutch based community group that has created the FHBig website and maintains a slack workspace to support communication between staff at the Hutch.
- UW Biostatistics Summer Institutes offer yearly intensive courses over the summers on a wide variety of topics.
- Biostar Handbook: A Beginner’s Guide to Bioinformatics
- CalTech Learning from Data
- The Carpentries, with lessons from Data Carpentry and Software Carpentry
- Cognitive Class: Data science and cognitive computing courses
- Coursera, including courses on Data Science and Bioinforamtics
- edX, including courses in Data Analysis and Statistics and Bioinformatics
- The Open Source Data Science Masters
- ROSALIND interactive bioinformatics problem set
- Udacity has courses on Data Science