|Title: ||Assigning Level in Data-mining Exercises|
|Citation: ||Bioscience Education Electronic Journal, 9: 1-9|
|Publisher: ||Centre for Bioscience, the Higher Education Academy|
|Journal: ||Bioscience Education Electronic Journal|
|Issue Date: ||2007 |
|Additional Links: ||http://www.bioscience.heacademy.ac.uk/journal/vol9/beej-9-4.htm|
|Abstract: ||There is currently much interest in ascribing outcomes to Masters (M) level programmes. It is particularly difficult to define M level outcomes in bioinformatics for students on non-specialist programmes. An approach is described that attempts to discriminate undergraduate from M level in a data-mining exercise. Differentiation of level is based upon the taxonomic origin of a DNA sequence, the relative increase in gene complexity from lower to higher eukaryote and the initiative required to use a wider range of databases and analytical tools.|
|Keywords: ||Masters Level|
|Appears in Collections: ||Cancer Research Group|
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