1. My 2013 PyCon talk: Awesome Big Data Algorithms

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    Random algorithms and probabilistic data structures are algorithmically efficient and can provide shockingly good practical results. I will give a practical introduction, with live demos and bad jokes, to this fascinating algorithmic niche. I will conclude with some discussions of how our group has applied this to …

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  2. A mildly crazy idea: crowdsourced -omic analysis with data privacy sunset?

    Or, "can we crowdsource BGI?" ;)

    With all of the crazy need surrounding genomic analysis -- most of it on a shoestring budget -- I am thinking about a mildly crazy idea.

    What if I offered to computationally analyze people's non-model transcriptomic and metagenomic data for them, in exchange for (a) non-exclusive access …

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