NEURBIO 247: Programming for Neuroscience Research is taught in Fall Quarter by Professor Craig Stark.
Dr. Craig Stark
Overlaps with PSYCH 205A.
A neuroscience-specific introduction to programming and data analysis using either MATLAB or Scientific PYTHON. Students will learn general programming skills and effective use of programming for data management, statistical analysis, and image analysis.
|PART I||Basics of Programming and Python|
|ints, floats, and bools|
|Strings in Python 3|
|Tuples, Sets, Dictionaries|
|Preview of NumPy Arrays|
|Anatomy of a Program (Dive Into Python: Chapter 1)|
|Data Types in Python (Dive Into Python: Chapter 2)|
|Understanding Scope, Variables, and Functions|
|Using the IDE|
|PART II||Basics of NumPy and SciPy|
|Differences Between NumPy Arrays and Python Lists|
|Math Function in ndarray objects
|Statistical Function in SciPy|
|Basic Plotting in Matplotlib|
|PART III||Using Pandas for Data Analysis|
|Data Frames and Series|
|Selecting Portions of Data|
|Importing and Exporting Data inData Frames|
|Using Pandas for Pretty Plots|