Preview chapter from: Python for the Life Sciences
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life scientists with little or no experience writing computer code, who would like to develop enough programming skill to advance or accelerate their own research. The book is suitable from all levels from undergraduate to postdoctoral. For more details see our main book page
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In this chapter we show you how to parse and analyze data generated from cellular interaction networks, sometimes affectionately known as “hairball” data. We’ll show you an example of reading in data on transcription factor networks from yeast. We will take you through the steps of reading in files; creation of data structures and simple queries, all of which are aimed to getting you as quickly as possible to the point of asking interesting biological questions.
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