The exercises found below have primarily been developed for specific teaching duties of the group. However, you may find some of it useful for other purposes, so now it is made freely available to you here!
Exercises from The Analysis of Biological Networks (2009 course)
Exercises week 2 – Solutions week 2 – Shortest Paths and Spanning Trees
Exercises with solutions week 3 – Connected Components and Flows
Exercises week 6 – Solutions week 6 – Network Inference and Robustness
Exercises from MS2a Bioinformatics & Computational Biology (2008 course)
Exercises week 1 – Solutions week 1 – Substitution Models
Exercises week 2 – Solutions week 2 – Tree Counting and Ancestral Analysis
Exercises week 3 – Solutions week 3 – Phylogeny Reconstruction
Exercises with Solutions week 4 – Alignment and Recombination
Exercises week 5 – Solutions week 5 (missing) – Statistical Alignment
Eercises week 6 – Solutions week 6 (missing) – RNA Secondary Structure
Exercises week 7 – Solutions week 7 (missing) – Hidden Markov Models
What is an exercise?
In our terminology, an exercise is a set of problems which focuses on the conseptual aspects and is mostly solved using pen and paper
This distinguishes it from practical, which is usually solved using a computer.
You may also be interested in the practicals.