1. CSE 891, Computational Science for Evolutionary Biologists

    Course page at: http://ged.msu.edu/courses/2010-fall-cse-891/:

    This course will introduce biologists to computational thinking, practical computational techniques, and research topics in computational evolution. The course will consist of three intensive hands-on 5-week modules: computational competence in UNIX; data mining and hypothesis generation using the Avida digital life …
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  2. A memory efficient way to remove low-abundance k-mers from large (metagenomic?) DNA data sets

    I've spent the last few weeks working on a simple solution to a challenging problem in DNA sequence assembly, and I think we've got a nice simple theoretical solution with an actual implementation. I'd be interested in comments!

    Introduction

    Briefly, the algorithmic challenge is this:

    We have a bunch of …

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