Society for Systems Biology & Translational Research
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DEVELOPMENT OF DIFFERENT IN SILICO LEARNING MODULES FOR STUDENTS
Students specially from biological background are not acquinted about the importance of neither of the dynamical systems nor quantitative aspects of science due to non-familiarity of programing language and coding. It is true that learning of computer programs like C, C++, Java all are diffiult and time consuming; but several high level languages that are available in MatLab, Octave and SciLab which may help students to get an acquintance in the world of programing and coding. It is true that due to high cost most of the academic institutions cannot bear the cost of commercial softwares and other programming platform. Similarly, though several manuals are available, but due to high cost value these are also unavailable to students.
Hence to familiarize students into the areas, Society for Systems Biology & Translational Research has initiated some steps. The steps are as follows:
1. To publish several program codes in open source softwares
For details, see our Publication section ---> Program
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