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Greetings, welcome to the homepage of the Fall 2019 Cheminformatics OLCC. This course is sponsored by the ACS Division of Chemical Education's Committee on Computers in Chemical Education. This course is designed for either graduate students, or upper division undergraduate students. In this course students will lean how molecules are represented on computers, and use PubChem to learn some basic coding to access information through a variety of APIs.
We have a draft syllabus and please contact Bob Belford (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested in learning more
- 1.1: Introduction
- A brief overview of the course and the philosophy behind it. This introduction also describes the hypothes.is annotation system, and how we will be using it in the class.
- 1.2: Brief History of Cheminformatics
- This section describes some of the literature relative to the history of cheminformatics.
- 1.3: Introduction to Data and Databases
- A short introduction to data types and databases
- 1.4: Installing R
- A quick introduction to R. You will install R, RStudio and learn how to install R Packages.
- 1.5: Installing Python
- This section walks you through installation of the python programming language and setting up a conda programming environment for the course.
- 1.6: Accessing PubChem through a Web Interface
- This section introduces students to the PUG REST API and the concept of a URI being accessed through a web browser.
- 1.8: Cheminformatics Resources
- This page provides a non-comprehensive list of resources in cheminformatics