Table of contents for Ruby programming for medicine and biology / Jules J. Berman.

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Brief Table of Contents
0. Preface
Nota Bene.
Author Biography.
Chapter 1. Overview of the Ruby Language (Level 1).
Chapter 2. Survey of Ruby Classes and the Ruby Standard Library (Level 1).
Chapter 3. Object Orientation in Ruby (Level 2).
Chapter 4. Ruby Extensions and Standard Libraries (Level 2).
Chapter 5. Biomedical Data Files Used in Later Chapters (Level 1).
Chapter 6. Using Ruby Strings, Hashes, Arrays, Files and Directories (Level 1).
Chapter 7. Pattern Searching With Regular Expressions (Level 1).
Chapter 8. File/Dataset Transformations (Level 1).
Chapter 9. Indexing Text (Level 1).
Chapter 10. Searching and Mining Data (Level 1).
Chapter 11. Scrubbing Confidential Medical Data (Level 1).
Chapter 12. Autocoding Biomedical Data Using Nomenclatures (Level 3).
Chapter 13. Some Mathematical and Statistical Methods (Level 2).
Chapter 14. Cryptography and Deidentification (Level 2) .
Chapter 15. Common Gateway Interface, CGI (Level 4).
Chapter 16. Enter Ruby On Rails (Level 4).
Chapter 17. The Bioinformatics Library, Bio and Ruby (Level 3).
Chapter 18. Ruby and RDF (Level 3).
Chapter 19. Ruby and Biological Classifications (Level 3).
Chapter 20. Book Summary (Level 3).
Epilogue.
References (Commented).
Appendix.
Glossary.
List of Ruby Scripts.
Index.

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Medicine -- Data processing.
Biology -- Data processing.
Ruby (Computer program language).
Medical Informatics.
Programming Languages.
Computational Biology.