- Bioinformatics is the application of computer technology to get the information that's stored in certain types of biological data.
- Bioinformatics provides central, globally accessible databases that enable scientists to submit, search and analyse information.
- It offers analysis software for data studies and comparisons and provides tools for modelling, visualising, exploring and interpreting data.
- Main goal is to convert multitude of complex data into useful information and knowledge.
- Bioinformatics specialists are computer and data specialists who work within biotechnology and other biological research areas.
- They collect, store, analyze, and present complex biological data that can include DNA and genome information, protein sequencing and pathways
- Designing and manipulating complex databases
- Creating web-based analytical tools and algorithms
- Developing new software for project and research needs
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- Biological science
- Clinical Software Engineer
- Computational biologists.
- Software Developer
- Bioinformatics analyst
- Research Analyst
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