Thank you very much for this course through which i learnt basic handling of bioinformatics tools and concepts of WGS. This will help me a lot while pursuing my PhD research work in my field.
Excellent course with a wealth of information about tools and applications of whole genome sequencing. Presented in a very lucid and interesting manner, very crispy and simplified course.
by Eddie S L L•
I think this course is pretty good. It is very informational and practical.
by Mrithika S•
This course was very useful and simple to learn and understand.
by Ananya S•
VERY THOROUGH AND INFORMATIVE. EAGER TO DO THE OTHER COURSES.
by Anushka G•
The course was pretty interesting. I enjoyed learning it.
by Carla L I•
It has very hard but very interesting for my career
by Dinesh K•
It was really amazing lecture with detailed demo.
by pacome a•
perfect course . very instructive and well detail
by ESHA J•
Thank you so much
This course was really helpful
by Yasser M•
It is one of the best MOOC courses I have Taken.
by Rui P d S F M•
The final task requires too much work.
by Ivonne G•
I really like it. Easy and practical.
by Suman M•
good but question are too trickly
by Abarna C•
The course was interesting!
by Bikash K•
Very simple and informative
by Romain M•
Great course, thanks
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by Deleted A•
I found this to be a very well-structured course which gave me a good overview of a wide variety of tools used in the field. Among other things, I learned how to look for resistance genes and plasmids, and how to determine the species and sequence type of a sample. A sincere thank you goes to all those involved in putting this together.
Each weekly set of lectures is followed by a quiz, but perhaps a few more exercises would have been helpful... something on the lines of the final assignment (an exercise to learn how to interpret phylogenetic trees, for instance). What I think would also have helped is a brief description given by the lecturers of the biological features they were going to talk about - for example, what is the biological meaning of 'sequence type' of a strain? I think this would have made things clearer for beginners.
by Ioanna P•
Interesting topic! And well presented material! It is very convenient and helpful to be introduced into several bioinformatic tools, as they may seem intimidating in the beginning. Also, I liked the final assignment.
I would suggest to add more assignments during this 5 week course as it is hand-on work and thus it motivates students to learn more and get familiar with the tools. It would also be useful to put more emphasis into the applications f these tools and how widely they are used. It would also be useful to do some troubleshooting during the course, like how we should interpret the results when they are not so clear or what we could further do to acquire a more clear picture.
Thank you very much for everything! It has been an enjoyable 5-week course.
by Jason B•
There is very little background information given to what is being done, how it is being done or why it is being done. Obviously an online course like this can only go into so much detail but there was almost no explanation of the background. It is also not just using the medical field as its context but what is taught has almost no relevance outside medicine as the course is better understood as a tutorial on how to use their own web tools. While those tools serve their purpose, unless you want to use their tools, you will gain very little over the course.
by Arina D•
This is a set of manuals. No theory - just a description of several tools with some very basic explanation of the principles underlying these tools.
Before applying for this course, I can suggest visiting the site with all the tools described in these courses and reviewing it - it may be easier for someone (and definitely faster) to read the instructions on the site https://cge.cbs. dtu.dk/services/
However, the tools themselves are quite useful.
by Lynn M•
Was slightly disappointed about how the class is very on the surface. It covers some cool tools but does not go into the details of genome sequencing, which I was expecting to see more of. Some lectures are highly repetitive as well.
by Lydia S•
Got only rudimental knowledge of WGS but more detailed information how to use their pipelines- seems like a more commerical course than learning element.
I'd like the other course about antimicrobial resistance much better.
by Frédéric B G•
This course has been mainly constructed to explain how the full set of bioinformatic tools developed by the CGE of DTU can be used. Personally, I would have preferred a course with more theoretical basis.