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Old 07-04-2011, 05:30 PM   #1
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Default How to teach myself to perform statistical analysis?

Hey all,

So I have a pretty decent math background but have only taken an introductory statistics class. I'd like to be able to learn enough statistics to analyze next-gen sequencing data and really understand what I'm doing. What would be most applicable to what I work on would be to perform statistical analysis on pooled sequencing data sets (samples indexed or non-indexed) in a case/control cohort experimental setup. There are some papers out there for this purpose and I can read and follow them, but I feel I am missing too much background to really understand what is going on. Does anybody know of any good textbooks or online courses that would allow me to pick up enough of a general statistical background to start to understand the nuances of applying statistics to next-gen sequencing data? Thanks a bunch!
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