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*Community notes from Lecture 3 are online [[20.181/Lecture3 | here]], please edit!
*Community notes from Lecture 3 are online [[20.181/Lecture3 | here]], please edit!
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*HW#1 code can be submitted to: '''mit.20.181 AT gmail DOT com'''
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*HW#1 code can be submitted to: '''mit.20.181 AT gmail DOT com''' Use TA's email for questions, as it will be checked more often.
*Community notes from Lecture 2 are online [[20.181/Lecture2 | here]], please edit!
*Community notes from Lecture 2 are online [[20.181/Lecture2 | here]], please edit!
*[[http://www.python.org/download/releases/2.4.3/ Python for Windows]]
*[[http://www.python.org/download/releases/2.4.3/ Python for Windows]]
*A Python/Emacs/Shell cheat sheet, as well as the code we'll be looking at in the refresher on Friday has been [[20.181:python_tutorial |posted]]. Notes from [[20.181:Materials:OH1_notes|OfficeHours1]].  
*A Python/Emacs/Shell cheat sheet, as well as the code we'll be looking at in the refresher on Friday has been [[20.181:python_tutorial |posted]]. Notes from [[20.181:Materials:OH1_notes|OfficeHours1]].  
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*The Python refresher tutorial will be held 10AM on 8 September in ([http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?mapterms=48&mapsearch=go 48-216a])
 
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*The first assignment is posted and is due by midnight on 13 September
 
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*Community notes from Lecture 1 are online [[20.181/Lecture1 | here]], please edit!
 
*If you are not registered for the class yet but would like to be included on the mailing list, please email soniat. Alternatively, a record of emails sent out to the class will be available on the wiki [[20.181/Class_News | here]].<br>
*If you are not registered for the class yet but would like to be included on the mailing list, please email soniat. Alternatively, a record of emails sent out to the class will be available on the wiki [[20.181/Class_News | here]].<br>
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(Zif28-GCN4 image adapted from [http://www.rcsb.org/pdb/explore.do?structureId=1LLM Wolfe et al.])
(Zif28-GCN4 image adapted from [http://www.rcsb.org/pdb/explore.do?structureId=1LLM Wolfe et al.])

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20.181 Biological Engineering Computation

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Fall 2006

Instructors: Eric Alm, Drew Endy (ejalm; endy & mit # edu)

TAs: Lawrence David and Sonia Timberlake (ldavid; soniat)

Lecture: M/W 10-11a (36-153)

TA Office Hours: TBA

Welcome to 20.181, MIT Biological Engineering's computation course!

Announcements

  • Community notes from Lecture 3 are online here, please edit!
  • HW#1 code can be submitted to: mit.20.181 AT gmail DOT com Use TA's email for questions, as it will be checked more often.
  • Community notes from Lecture 2 are online here, please edit!
  • [Python for Windows]
  • A Python/Emacs/Shell cheat sheet, as well as the code we'll be looking at in the refresher on Friday has been posted. Notes from OfficeHours1.
  • If you are not registered for the class yet but would like to be included on the mailing list, please email soniat. Alternatively, a record of emails sent out to the class will be available on the wiki here.


(Zif28-GCN4 image adapted from Wolfe et al.)
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