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   - apply your knowledge to evaluate and criticize published clinical informatics research.   - apply your knowledge to evaluate and criticize published clinical informatics research.
  
-The syllabus for 2022 is [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/11TqfaJMMjfrlaUCBpzC134c_LkYzH48IZcmisOkf8iQ/edit|here]] (log in to GSuite with your SUNet id) \\ +The syllabus for 2022 is [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/11TqfaJMMjfrlaUCBpzC134c_LkYzH48IZcmisOkf8iQ/edit|here]] (log in to GSuite with your SUNet id) and the Canvas site is available [[https://canvas.stanford.edu/courses/161401|here]] \\ 
-Canvas site is available [[https://canvas.stanford.edu/courses/161401|here]] \\ +Schedule: TUE, THU 1:30 PM - 2:50 PM in Gates B1. For Office Hours, see the Canvas site \\ 
-Schedule: TUE, THU 1:30 PM - 2:50 PM in Gates B1\\ +Pre-requisitesThis course is designed for students experienced in basic programming, statistics, and biology. To ensure your success in this course, we expect that you know the R programming language and require that you have taken the following courses: 
-PrerequisitesSee Syllabus \\ + 
-Office HoursSee Canvas site+  * CS 106A or equivalent 
 +  * STATS 60 or equivalent 
 +  * high school biology 
  
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