World Wide Web Tutorials and CoursesThe CMBI offers a number of courses on Bioinformatics and Cheminformatics topics, which are described elsewhere, as well as a number of interactive webtutorials which you can find here.
These online tutorials are available for anyone to browse, but we know from years of experience teaching computational biology and chemistry courses at the CMBI that doing carefully designed exercises with an experienced instructor close at hand is the best way to learn.
While you are doing the tutorials, you are welcome to contact the instructors by e-mail to ask questions, sort out problems, or to ask for hints on completing any troublesome exercises. And of course, we welcome suggestions for improvements!
Cambridge Structural Database (CSD)
ISIS and ACD
- Computational Chemistry Tutorial (author Hens Borkent)
- The CMBI also participates in the University of Nijmegen Web Tutorials in Chemistry (WeTChe ) project, and in particular with Mol4D: Teaching Organic chemistry on the World Wide Web .
Bioinformatics Web Tutorials
ACeDB-style DataBase General User Tutorial . Access to all genomic databases of interest to researchers involved in the Human Genome Mapping Project, or researchers working directly on the following species:
- Arabidopsis thaliana (AAtDB)
- Caenorhabditis elegans (ACeDB)
- Homo sapiens (IGD, chromosome 21 and 22)
- Saccharomyces cerevisiae (AScDB)
- Mycobacterium (MycDB)
- Access to: CRI-MAP.
CRI-MAP is Dr Phil Green's genetic linkage analysis package. By using a few sample datasets, you will be shown how to format your data, how to process them using CRI-MAP, and how to interpret the results.