1. 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 …

    read more

    There are comments.

  2. A simple idea: standard but optional review criteria for bioinformatics papers

    Brad Chapman (@chapmanb on twitter) wrote and signed a nice review of my submission to the Bioinformatics Open Source Conference. In his review, he said

    My only small suggestion is to include some discussion about your
    reproducibility work during the talk: the Amazon AMI, documentation
    and reproducible ipython workflows. This …
    read more

    There are comments.

  3. « Page 3 / 10 »

    Proudly powered by pelican, which uses python.

    The theme is subtlely modified from one by Smashing Magazine, thanks!

    For more about this blog's author, see the main site or the lab site

    While the author is employed by the University of California, Davis, his opinions are his own and almost certainly bear no resemblance to what UC Davis's official opinion would be, had they any.