[BioC] introductory book

James W. MacDonald jmacdon at uw.edu
Sat Mar 23 15:14:08 CET 2013

The problem with books, where BioC is concerned is the speed with which 
they become out of date. In addition, given the breadth of analyses that 
can be accomplished using BioC these days, an introductory book might 
not cover what you are interested in. There are several books, which you 
can find by searching for 'bioconductor' on amazon.com, which may or may 
not cover what you are interested in, and which will be out of date to a 
certain extent.

You might be better off looking at course materials:




On 3/22/2013 2:37 PM, washington3 at countermail.com wrote:
> Can you suggest an introductory book on Bioconductor?
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