The goal of this introductory graduate textbook is to cover the statistical and computational methods needed by molecular biologists in order to analyze their own data without the help of a bioinformatics expert. The book covers several of the major data analysis techniques used to analyze data from high-throughput molecular biology and genomics experiments. It also explains the major concepts behind most of the popular techniques and examines some of the simpler techniques in detail.
Alan M Moses is currently Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair in Computational Biology in the Departments of Cell & Systems Biology and Computer Science at the University of Toronto. His research touches on many of the major areas in computational biology, including DNA and protein sequence analysis, phylogenetic models, population genetics, expression profiles, regulatory network simulations and image analysis.