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Computer Classes Enhance CIT's Fall Semester

CIT's fall semester offers more than 90 classes and seminars to NIH staff, including 15 new computer classes. The new classes range from an introductory level personal computing course, Using Illustrator in a Scientific Environment, to a more advanced Web course, Abstract Data in Java 1.2. Other new classes include NIH Data Warehouse Research Contracts and Grants, New Computational Programs for Molecular Biology at NIH, and Chemical Reaction Rate Theory.

Reflecting the growing interest in Web development are three new courses: Introduction to Active Server Pages, Visual Basic, and Learn Web Application Development with Tango. Of special interest to those working in a Mac/PC cross-platform environment will be the Dec. 14 seminar, Macintosh and Windows Integration, conducted by CIT's Scientific Computing Resource Center.

Topics in S-PLUS, a special presentation by statisticians and software specialists from MathSoft, focuses on topics of interest to the NIH research community. This new offering joins a strong program in statistics, including Introduction to Statistics, Applied Statistics and the SAS Programming Language, and Producing Tables with SAS.

CIT training classes are free to all NIH'ers and registered users of CIT systems. To request a catalog or register, call 594-3278, or visit

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