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Inferring Models of cis -Regulatory Modules using Information Theory

Inferring Models of cis -Regulatory Modules using Information Theory

Inferring Models of cis -Regulatory Modules using Information Theory. BMI/CS 776 www.biostat.wisc.edu/bmi776/ Spring 2018 Anthony Gitter gitter@biostat.wisc.edu. These slides, excluding third-party material, are licensed under CC BY-NC 4.0 by Mark Craven, Colin Dewey, and Anthony Gitter.

By payton
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ROMEO AND JULIET

ROMEO AND JULIET

ROMEO AND JULIET. THEMES. Be able to state a theme related to each topic and be able to give a specific citation from the play to support each theme. Parents and children Revenge Power

By zitomira
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Teenagers of the ‘50s

Teenagers of the ‘50s

Teenagers of the ‘50s. By Christopher Dillon. T eenagers of the 1950’s were unique to any other generation. The 1950’s Teenager. Listened and danced to rock n’ roll Rebelled against their parents Fashion Leather Jacket T- Shirt Blue Jeans. Holden’s Childish Aspects. School

By payton
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Bioinformatics

Bioinformatics

2010-2011. Bioinformatics. Lecture 3 Finding Motifs. Dr. Aladdin Hamwieh Khalid Al- shamaa Abdulqader Jighly. Aleppo University Faculty of technical engineering Department of Biotechnology. Main Lines. Definition Motif types Motifs problem Motifs: Profiles and Consensus

By chaka
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Lecture 5: Other Output Models: Structured Graphics; Object-Oriented Techniques

Lecture 5: Other Output Models: Structured Graphics; Object-Oriented Techniques

Lecture 5: Other Output Models: Structured Graphics; Object-Oriented Techniques. Brad Myers 05-830 Advanced User Interface Software. Structured Graphics. Saves a list of all the graphical objects Edit the screen by editing the saved list

By yadid
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The Universality of Three Wishes

The Universality of Three Wishes

The Universality of Three Wishes. The Motif of Three In Literature. Motif in Literature. A motif is a theme in literature. A single motif can be found in many stories across the world. What stories have the motif of things in “threes?”. Think back to childhood stories.

By pete
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L.O: Analyse the poem Once Upon a Time for language features and themes.

L.O: Analyse the poem Once Upon a Time for language features and themes.

L.O: Analyse the poem Once Upon a Time for language features and themes. Questions from the poem Telephone Conversation. How does the Tone change throughout? What is the effect of sibilance in the poem? Why have so many references to colours and light been used ?

By kaida
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Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar. Motif of Blood in Act II. What is a motif?. A motif is a reoccurring image throughout a literary work The image and idea of blood is prominent throughout all of Julius Caesar, but it is particularly prominent in Act II.

By kenton
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“Just keep swimming!”

“Just keep swimming!”

“Just keep swimming!”. Motif. A recurring topic, idea, or phrase that often can help reveal the theme of a work. . Motif vs. Symbol. A symbol is an actual object that physically appears in a work while a motif can just be mentioned. Symbols do not always directly reveal a theme. .

By rafiki
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The Pearl

The Pearl

The Pearl. John Steinbeck. Steinbeck (1908-1962). Born in California to a middle-lower class family Most famous works: Of Mice and Men and The Grapes of Wrath Most of his novels are classified as “social novels”, which deal with the economic struggles of rural/manual labor.

By eryk
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Catcher in the Rye

Catcher in the Rye

Catcher in the Rye. Vocabulary Write definition on discussion sheet. There will be quizzes. foils (n): swords for fencing pacifist (n): someone who opposes war/violence compulsory (adj.): mandatory sadist (n) someone who likes pain innumerable(adj.): unable to be counted

By fern
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Literary Symbol, Motif, & Image

Literary Symbol, Motif, & Image

Literary Symbol, Motif, & Image. How to identify and analyze. Symbol:. Character, place, thing or event that stands for something else. Often stands for an abstract idea. Created through emphasis and repetition.

By muncel
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Group 6A

Group 6A

Group 6A. Abject : (adj) degraded, wretched; base, contemptible; cringing, servile; complete and unrelieved Ex: living in abject poverty Agnostic : (n) one who believes that nothing is known about God; a skeptic (adj) without faith, skeptical Ex: a confirmed agnostic

By arnaud
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Leah Liberty

Leah Liberty

Leah Liberty . Going from childhood to adulthood can be hard, but with a little discipline and patients you’ll find your true identity. . Teenagers identity :. Fashion: - girls, sleeker and tighter - boys, comfortable and relaxed Music: - Elvis Presley, rock ‘n’ roll

By thisbe
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Anglo-Saxon Literary Terms

Anglo-Saxon Literary Terms

Anglo-Saxon Literary Terms. Epic Poem. A long narrative poem that recounts, in formal language, the exploits of a larger-than-life hero. Folk Epics. Have no certain authorship and arise, usually through storytelling, from the collective experiences of a people. Example: Beowulf.

By xannon
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Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Jeopardy. Catcher Characters. Catcher Plot. Quote ID. Catcher Plot. Symbols, Motifs, and Themes. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $500.

By arty
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The Planets SuitE by Gustav Holst

The Planets SuitE by Gustav Holst

The Planets SuitE by Gustav Holst. Motif: A musical idea or succession of notes that is characteristic of a composition. About the Suite. Written by Gustav Holst Originally performed in 1918 There was no movement written for Pluto, which had not yet been discovered

By marie
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Quiz Review Macbeth I and II

Quiz Review Macbeth I and II

Quiz Review Macbeth I and II. A characters thoughts and feelings Being Said out loud with no intended Audience. . Dialogue Soliloquy Monologue. A long Speech by one character directed to other character(s). Dialogue Soliloquy Monologue.

By holden
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A Visit to Friends

A Visit to Friends

A Visit to Friends. Some things to consider…. Integrates the personal and the professional Podogorin sheds his subjectified younger self and becomes more detached, objective and professional

By jiro
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Leah Liberty

Leah Liberty

Leah Liberty . Going from childhood to adulthood can be hard, but with a little discipline and patients you’ll find your true identity. . Teenagers identity :. Fashion: - girls, sleeker and tighter - boys, comfortable and relaxed Music: - Elvis Presley, rock ‘n’ roll

By dahlia
(122 views)

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