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DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180629
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
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URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180702
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708392
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180703
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708639
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180704
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708393
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180705
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708640
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180706
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708394
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180709
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708395
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180710
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708641
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180711
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708396
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180712
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708642
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180713
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708397
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180716
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708398
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180717
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708643
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180718
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708399
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180719
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708644
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180720
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708400
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180723
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708401
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180724
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708645
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180725
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708402
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180726
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708646
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180727
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708403
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180730
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708404
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180731
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708647
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180801
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708405
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180802
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708648
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180803
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708406
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180806
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708407
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180807
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708649
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180808
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708408
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180809
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708650
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180810
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708409
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180813
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708410
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180814
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708651
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180815
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708411
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180816
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708652
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180817
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708412
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180820
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708413
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180821
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708653
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180822
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708414
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180823
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708654
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180824
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708415
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180827
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708416
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180828
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708655
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180829
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708417
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180830
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708656
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180831
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708418
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180903
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_3708419
URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
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SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
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URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
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CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
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LOCATION:
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SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
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URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
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BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:Class
DESCRIPTION:Fall 2018 | MW 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN18519\nENVR2900 Topics: Network
s and Biology\n\nFrom social networks and cities to ecosystems and evolutio
n\, methods from network science provide powerful tools for understanding a
nd investigating the natural and modern world. In this course\, we will stu
dy the properties of diverse biological networks and learn foundational com
putational methods for analyzing\, visualizing\, and performing statistical
investigations of networked data. We will also investigate how physicists
have uncovered remarkable regularities in networked systems by applying app
roaches from scaling theory to biological networks. This is class is design
ed to teach you about the diversity of biological networks and provide the
foundational tools needed to study networks derived from real-world data\,
these will include modern tools from machine learning\, e.g.\, convolutiona
l neural networks.
DTSTAMP:20180721T231533Z
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180906
LOCATION:
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:ENVR2900: Special Topics - Networks and Biology
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URL:http://calendar.northeastern.edu/event/envr2900_special_topics_-_networ
ks_and_biology
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