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Fuck me, that exam was a holy bitch! I made a 90 this time, somehow. Fucking hell, he gave us the quadruple penetration there!

Gave us ridiculous lines of code and we had to guess the problem. In most of the cases, it was such a small, very small problem that was difficult to notice from the huge line of code. Two tests left, and I think he drops one, so one more test left for me!
 
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Take a Queer Studies course on Coursera for free. Brought to you by Queersera, Coursera's LGBTQ+ employee resource group.
Discount applied at checkout.
Offer is subject to change and valid through 31 July 2020.
The following 11 courses are included (save $76 per course):
  • AIDS: Fear and Hope by University of Michigan
  • Queering Identities: LGBTQ+ Sexuality and Gender Identity by University of Colorado System
  • What does it mean to identify as Transgender or Gender Non-Conforming (TGNC)? by University of Minnesota
  • Representaciones culturales de las sexualidades (in Spanish) by Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
  • Queering the Schoolhouse: LGBTQ+ Inclusion for Educators by University of Colorado System
  • Transgender Medicine for General Medical Providers by Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
  • PrEParing: PrEP for Providers and Patients by Johns Hopkins University
  • Gender and Sexuality: Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace by University of Pittsburgh
  • How to Change the World by Wesleyan University
  • Reducing Gun Violence in America: Evidence for Change by Johns Hopkins University
  • From Freedom Rides to Ferguson: Narratives of Nonviolence in the American Civil Rights Movement by Emory University
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I do like high level statistical analysis, and I'm always looking at CSS scripts in R. This fucking program or whatever it is always gets returned to me :lol:.

For anyone wanting to get into biomedical sciences, my mentor is saying in the next 10 years that it'll be standard for scientists to know 3 languages: Python, R, and Unix. If you know these three as of now, you are way ahead of the curve, supposedly. The tutorials and examples we are going through are very fucking powerful. Seriously, you can just mine a bacteria or viral sequence and get some ridiculous therapeutics from their sequences with a few lines of python script!

I fucking love what I do. Just need to get better at it. I feel like if I get good enough with cloning and computing I can try to start a pharmaceutical startup at some point. That fucking fraud from Theranos got money, and she didn't have anything great under her belt. I have my prestigious paper on nanoparticles in collaboration with the US airforce under my belt if I were to drop out right now and do nothing else. That paper is my precious mark on science.
 

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I do like high level statistical analysis, and I'm always looking at CSS scripts in R. This fucking program or whatever it is always gets returned to me :lol:.

For anyone wanting to get into biomedical sciences, my mentor is saying in the next 10 years that it'll be standard for scientists to know 3 languages: Python, R, and Unix. If you know these three as of now, you are way ahead of the curve, supposedly. The tutorials and examples we are going through are very fucking powerful. Seriously, you can just mine a bacteria or viral sequence and get some ridiculous therapeutics from their sequences with a few lines of python script!

I fucking love what I do. Just need to get better at it. I feel like if I get good enough with cloning and computing I can try to start a pharmaceutical startup at some point. That fucking fraud from Theranos got money, and she didn't have anything great under her belt. I have my prestigious paper on nanoparticles in collaboration with the US airforce under my belt if I were to drop out right now and do nothing else. That paper is my precious mark on science.
What "R"? Are there any free courses relating to it that I can sign up to and not start? :lol:
 
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What "R"? Are there any free courses relating to it that I can sign up to and not start? :lol:
Mattress probably posted like 20 already. I'd imagine anyone following this thread has a fucking entire PhD in computer science worth of classwork in their Udemy/Coursera profile at this point. :lol:
 
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Mattress probably posted like 20 already. I'd imagine anyone following this thread has a fucking entire PhD in computer science worth of classwork in their Udemy/Coursera profile at this point. :lol:
I have about 17,092 course on Coursera, Udemy and a few other sites.......and I’m embarrassed (proud) to say that I’ve not so much as opened a single fucking one.

I’ve been waiting for a world-halting event like Covid19 to kick start my drive to complete a course or two. Turns out, I need a far more catastrophic event (and no Netflix and Xbox) to get me motivated.

Bring on the Zombie Apocalypse or a meteor strike, that will be sure to get me started. Perhaps maybe might?
 
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I have about 17,092 course on Coursera, Udemy and a few other sites.......and I’m embarrassed (proud) to say that I’ve not so much as opened a single fucking one.

I’ve been waiting for a world-halting event like Covid19 to kick start my drive to complete a course or two. Turns out, I need a far more catastrophic event (and no Netflix and Xbox) to get me motivated.

Bring on the Zombie Apocalypse or a meteor strike, that will be sure to get me started. Perhaps maybe might?
Goes to show you the benefits of a university. Last time I learned something by myself was for my thesis work. Well, I also took the summer before my PhD classes began to brush up on my linear algebra with YouTube videos. Seriously mathematics and computer science are 100% online type stuff. Not sure why there exists professors anymore to teach this kind of stuff to you. I guess getting a grade is the only thing that can motivate you.
 
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Goes to show you the benefits of a university. Last time I learned something by myself was for my thesis work. Well, I also took the summer before my PhD classes began to brush up on my linear algebra with YouTube videos. Seriously mathematics and computer science are 100% online type stuff. Not sure why there exists professors anymore to teach this kind of stuff to you. I guess getting a grade is the only thing that can motivate you.
exactly. I could flunk a masters degree at home just as easily as I could in a real university.
 
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I have gotta get focused on my R courses. Dunno why I can't seem to just do them
Why are you trying to learn R, just wondering? Seems like a more specialized language. Only ever see the more general biologists use it. It's getting more use now since the biomedical sciences is becoming more extravagant with the statistics (i.e. machine learning, network medicine, and microbiome).
 
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By the way, just finished my final exam since he drops one of your lowest due to COVID-19. Made a fucking 100! He finally wrote a very, very fair exam. Only one tricky question, but the rest where extremely relaxed and fair. It reminded me of the exams he gave in the Fall! Anyways, if I fail the next exam, I got a 92 avg. for all my exams (unless I completely bomb two of my H/W's), I got a 100 H/W grade and 100 original code grade. Finished my last original code last week for a 100.

92 quiz avg (50%) and 100 h/w avg (50%). Makes for a 96 in the course, and I don't think he gives out A-'s either.

I think I have to take one more graduate level course in the fall because they're tripping about me taking research classes. It's an R statistics-based course, and it delves in Machine Learning. Seems like I may as well take it! Professor isn't hard, though. I had him this Spring, and the class wasn't difficult.
 
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Why are you trying to learn R, just wondering? Seems like a more specialized language. Only ever see the more general biologists use it. It's getting more use now since the biomedical sciences is becoming more extravagant with the statistics (i.e. machine learning, network medicine, and microbiome).
Because I hate python, and I am trying to pivot into data analytics. R is a good tool to have, along with excel, tableu, blah blah. I work as an analyst/relationship manager within one of the top 5 US financial institutions, and when I have a task that requires playing around in data is when I'm the most happy. I LOVE how specialized R is. Keeps me from ending up in places that I absolutely don't want.
 
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Why are you trying to learn R, just wondering? Seems like a more specialized language. Only ever see the more general biologists use it. It's getting more use now since the biomedical sciences is becoming more extravagant with the statistics (i.e. machine learning, network medicine, and microbiome).
I'm also trying to do so without getting an actual degree. I managed to sneak into here through their VET program and I think the HR people didn't notice that I'm a high-school dropout without any kind of degree. I got a data analytics certification through eCornell and now I'm trying to do these Udemy R courses so that I can actively use it. Cleaning up data is the hardest part so far
 
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Because I hate python, and I am trying to pivot into data analytics. R is a good tool to have, along with excel, tableu, blah blah. I work as an analyst/relationship manager within one of the top 5 US financial institutions, and when I have a task that requires playing around in data is when I'm the most happy. I LOVE how specialized R is. Keeps me from ending up in places that I absolutely don't want.
Wow, I didn't know R was used outside of academia. I'd assume that the difficulty curve would push away these institutions into the more basic, non-coding licensed programs like SPSS or SAS.

I introduced it to my former mentor's lab. He mainly used Unix, bash scripting, and Python. I'm going to take, maybe, a 4th fucking class in R in the Fall I think. Sick of classes, but I think that one is my final one. Teaches machine learning in R, so I guess it's necessary considering what I hope to accomplish.

Anyways, I find R so much easier than Python, but I heard that Pandas is like R in Python.