TIP OF THE WEEK
Knowledge sharing from industry professionals
At OpenHelix, we remember the days when people didn't even barely have documentation with their software when they put it out (yah, I know, it still varies). But outreach really is getting better. There are journals now that are also enforcing more re... MORE
This week's video tip is...well...atypical. It's not about a software tool, per se. Or, is it...? ... MORE
Ok, it's been a while since this was a regular feature. But I am still finding that I want to show some videos of science topics and software tools sometimes. So it may not be a regular feature, but I will be highlighting some videos that seem interes... MORE
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This week was yummy. Apple epigenome and a new corn assembly, in time for your northern hemisphere summer picnics. Marine protists for you to think about during your walks on the beach. The return of the Venn, and a guide to PCA plots. A very cool set of human protein complexes. Synbio tools. My favorite this week, though, was the sequencing of different parts of a 200+ year old oak tree. That is a cool idea. Welcome to our Friday feature link collection: SNPpets. During the week we come across a lot of links and reads that we think are interesting, but don't make it to a blog post. Here they a... MORE
This week was big on #CRISPR stuff. That drama about the off-target alterations, and the pushback, consumed much oxygen. But there's plenty of the usual stuff too--new software, personalized medicine marches on, DTC genetic testing issues, new samples from ancient sources. Best thing: the script to convert fastq to emojis. Oh--I'm off next week because I'll be on the road without much chance to capture the tweets with my butterfly net. Welcome to our Friday feature link collection: SNPpets. During the week we come across a lot of links and reads that we think are interesting, but don't make it ... MORE
This week includes one of those stories that reminds me of the power of databases. See that diagnostic odyssey of a family with a child with mystery symptoms and the doctor who sleuthed out some information--then connected with other families awaiting answers (Hudson Alpha tweet). But then there's also the looming issues of misuse of information, two tweets on that this week. More tools. More genomes. Wild plants, wild viruses, wild ancestors. Reactome graphical components are popular--if you make them, people will use them. Welcome to our Friday feature link collection: SNPpets. During the wee... MORE
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