Programming in Health Informatics
MHI 289I (Health Informatics)
Instructor: Matt Bishop
Time: MW 1:10pm–2:00pm
Room 2205 Education Building except the first one, which is in room 1204 Education Building
This course covers the basics of computer programming in general and the Python programming language in particular. Students will learn how to write an algorithm to solve a problem, and then how to use basic Python to implement that algorithm.
The course covers variables, expressions, statements, iteration, functions, data structures, input and output, and exception handling. It also covers the use of modules and libraries, using Python to access databases, and other special topics.
The course exercises are tailored for health informatics students.
MHI 289I, Programming for Health Informatics
Version of September 18, 2021 at 9:42AM
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