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In recent years, high-throughput technologies have brought big data to the life sciences. The march of progress has been rapid, leaving in its wake a demand for courses in data analysis, data stewardship, computing fundamentals, etc., a need that universities have not yet been able to satisfy-paradoxically, many are actually closing "niche" bioinformatics courses at a time of critical need. The impact of this is being felt across continents, as many students and early-stage researchers aredoi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1004143 pmid:25856076 pmcid:PMC4391932 fatcat:yeudcjpdkjgl3idlaksgy2ljd4