Category Archives: What’s Your Problem?

What’s Your Problem? Open Thread

wyp_q_mark2_thumbnail1Welcome to the “What’s Your Problem?” (WYP) open thread. The purpose of this entry is to allow the community to ask questions on the use of genomics resources. Think of us as a virtual help desk. If you have a question about how to access a certain kind of data, or how to use a database, or what kind of resources there are for your particular research problem, just ask in the comments. OpenHelix staff will keep watch on the comment threads and answer those questions to the best of our knowledge. Additionally, we encourage readers to answer questions in the comments too. If you know the answer to another reader’s question, please chime in! The “WYP” thread will be posted every Thursday and remain at the top of the blog for 24 hours. Questions or problems asked on Thursday will be answered on Thursday to the best of our ability. You can leave questions on other days of the week, but the answer might not come that day.

We’d also like to invite resource providers to let us know if they have something new to talk about, or something they want to mention to the bioinformatics community. We’ve had some people email us because they weren’t sure if they should post something, and we want to say that’s fine.

So What’s Your Problem? And What’s Your Solution? :)

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What’s our problem? Open Thread

wyp_q_mark2_thumbnail1Well, most of OpenHelix is in the throes of travel, holiday prep, or child-care issues right now. So we’d like to defer questions this week. We won’t have a chance to look for answers.

We would strongly recommend taking questions to BioStar.It might also be slow over there during the next week or so, but the answer rate over there is pretty high. Chances are someone will look and and be able to help you out.

What’s our problem? Open Thread

wyp_q_mark2_thumbnail1Well, most of OpenHelix is in the throes of travel, holiday prep, or child-care issues right now. So we’d like to defer questions this week. We won’t have a chance to look for answers.

We would strongly recommend taking questions to BioStar.It might also be slow over there during the next week or so, but the answer rate over there is pretty high. Chances are someone will look and and be able to help you out.

What’s Your Problem? Open Thread

wyp_q_mark2_thumbnail1Welcome to the “What’s Your Problem?” (WYP) open thread. The purpose of this entry is to allow the community to ask questions on the use of genomics resources. Think of us as a virtual help desk. If you have a question about how to access a certain kind of data, or how to use a database, or what kind of resources there are for your particular research problem, just ask in the comments. OpenHelix staff will keep watch on the comment threads and answer those questions to the best of our knowledge. Additionally, we encourage readers to answer questions in the comments too. If you know the answer to another reader’s question, please chime in! The “WYP” thread will be posted every Thursday and remain at the top of the blog for 24 hours. Questions or problems asked on Thursday will be answered on Thursday to the best of our ability. You can leave questions on other days of the week, but the answer might not come that day.

We’d also like to invite resource providers to let us know if they have something new to talk about, or something they want to mention to the bioinformatics community. We’ve had some people email us because they weren’t sure if they should post something, and we want to say that’s fine.

So What’s Your Problem? And What’s Your Solution? :)

NOTE: In the unending battle with spammers, we have to moderate comments. Your comment/question may not appear immediately after submission. We are notified when a comment comes in and we’ll get over and approve it as soon as we see it.

You can keep up with this thread by remembering to check back, by subscribing to the RSS comments feed to this WYP post or by subscribing to be notified by email of new comments to the post (use checkbox at end of comment form, you can unsubscribe later). If you want to be notified of future WYP posts (every Thursday), you can subscribe to the WYP feed.

What’s Your Problem? Open Thread

wyp_q_mark2_thumbnail1Welcome to the “What’s Your Problem?” (WYP) open thread. The purpose of this entry is to allow the community to ask questions on the use of genomics resources. Think of us as a virtual help desk. If you have a question about how to access a certain kind of data, or how to use a database, or what kind of resources there are for your particular research problem, just ask in the comments. OpenHelix staff will keep watch on the comment threads and answer those questions to the best of our knowledge. Additionally, we encourage readers to answer questions in the comments too. If you know the answer to another reader’s question, please chime in! The “WYP” thread will be posted every Thursday and remain at the top of the blog for 24 hours. Questions or problems asked on Thursday will be answered on Thursday to the best of our ability. You can leave questions on other days of the week, but the answer might not come that day.

We’d also like to invite resource providers to let us know if they have something new to talk about, or something they want to mention to the bioinformatics community. We’ve had some people email us because they weren’t sure if they should post something, and we want to say that’s fine.

So What’s Your Problem? And What’s Your Solution? :)

NOTE: In the unending battle with spammers, we have to moderate comments. Your comment/question may not appear immediately after submission. We are notified when a comment comes in and we’ll get over and approve it as soon as we see it.

You can keep up with this thread by remembering to check back, by subscribing to the RSS comments feed to this WYP post or by subscribing to be notified by email of new comments to the post (use checkbox at end of comment form, you can unsubscribe later). If you want to be notified of future WYP posts (every Thursday), you can subscribe to the WYP feed.

What’s Your Problem? Open Thread

wyp_q_mark2_thumbnail1Welcome to the “What’s Your Problem?” (WYP) open thread. The purpose of this entry is to allow the community to ask questions on the use of genomics resources. Think of us as a virtual help desk. If you have a question about how to access a certain kind of data, or how to use a database, or what kind of resources there are for your particular research problem, just ask in the comments. OpenHelix staff will keep watch on the comment threads and answer those questions to the best of our knowledge. Additionally, we encourage readers to answer questions in the comments too. If you know the answer to another reader’s question, please chime in! The “WYP” thread will be posted every Thursday and remain at the top of the blog for 24 hours. Questions or problems asked on Thursday will be answered on Thursday to the best of our ability. You can leave questions on other days of the week, but the answer might not come that day.

We’d also like to invite resource providers to let us know if they have something new to talk about, or something they want to mention to the bioinformatics community. We’ve had some people email us because they weren’t sure if they should post something, and we want to say that’s fine.

So What’s Your Problem? And What’s Your Solution? :)

NOTE: In the unending battle with spammers, we have to moderate comments. Your comment/question may not appear immediately after submission. We are notified when a comment comes in and we’ll get over and approve it as soon as we see it.

You can keep up with this thread by remembering to check back, by subscribing to the RSS comments feed to this WYP post or by subscribing to be notified by email of new comments to the post (use checkbox at end of comment form, you can unsubscribe later). If you want to be notified of future WYP posts (every Thursday), you can subscribe to the WYP feed.

What’s Your Project? Open Thread

thanksgiving_dayEvery week we create an open thread for discussion of any questions, problems, resource needs you might have in the bioinformatics realm. But this week we are off for the holiday, and won’t be taking questions.

But we’d like to open the floor to people who are creating tools and who might want to post about them. Tell us about your project, what the goals are, and how to find the software you are developing.

We’d like to thank the software teams, curators, project leads and funding agencies that have been working for years to bring us terrific tools and resources that are advancing biomedical research. We appreciate your work. Wishing you all a happy Thanksgiving!

What’s Your Problem? Open Thread

wyp_q_mark2_thumbnail1Welcome to the “What’s Your Problem?” (WYP) open thread. The purpose of this entry is to allow the community to ask questions on the use of genomics resources. Think of us as a virtual help desk. If you have a question about how to access a certain kind of data, or how to use a database, or what kind of resources there are for your particular research problem, just ask in the comments. OpenHelix staff will keep watch on the comment threads and answer those questions to the best of our knowledge. Additionally, we encourage readers to answer questions in the comments too. If you know the answer to another reader’s question, please chime in! The “WYP” thread will be posted every Thursday and remain at the top of the blog for 24 hours. Questions or problems asked on Thursday will be answered on Thursday to the best of our ability. You can leave questions on other days of the week, but the answer might not come that day.

We’d also like to invite resource providers to let us know if they have something new to talk about, or something they want to mention to the bioinformatics community. We’ve had some people email us because they weren’t sure if they should post something, and we want to say that’s fine.

So What’s Your Problem? And What’s Your Solution? :)

NOTE: In the unending battle with spammers, we have to moderate comments. Your comment/question may not appear immediately after submission. We are notified when a comment comes in and we’ll get over and approve it as soon as we see it.

You can keep up with this thread by remembering to check back, by subscribing to the RSS comments feed to this WYP post or by subscribing to be notified by email of new comments to the post (use checkbox at end of comment form, you can unsubscribe later). If you want to be notified of future WYP posts (every Thursday), you can subscribe to the WYP feed.

What’s Your Problem? Open Thread

wyp_q_mark2_thumbnail1Welcome to the “What’s Your Problem?” (WYP) open thread. The purpose of this entry is to allow the community to ask questions on the use of genomics resources. Think of us as a virtual help desk. If you have a question about how to access a certain kind of data, or how to use a database, or what kind of resources there are for your particular research problem, just ask in the comments. OpenHelix staff will keep watch on the comment threads and answer those questions to the best of our knowledge. Additionally, we encourage readers to answer questions in the comments too. If you know the answer to another reader’s question, please chime in! The “WYP” thread will be posted every Thursday and remain at the top of the blog for 24 hours. Questions or problems asked on Thursday will be answered on Thursday to the best of our ability. You can leave questions on other days of the week, but the answer might not come that day.

We’d also like to invite resource providers to let us know if they have something new to talk about, or something they want to mention to the bioinformatics community. We’ve had some people email us because they weren’t sure if they should post something, and we want to say that’s fine.

So What’s Your Problem? And What’s Your Solution? :)

NOTE: In the unending battle with spammers, we have to moderate comments. Your comment/question may not appear immediately after submission. We are notified when a comment comes in and we’ll get over and approve it as soon as we see it.

You can keep up with this thread by remembering to check back, by subscribing to the RSS comments feed to this WYP post or by subscribing to be notified by email of new comments to the post (use checkbox at end of comment form, you can unsubscribe later). If you want to be notified of future WYP posts (every Thursday), you can subscribe to the WYP feed.

What’s Your Problem? Open Thread

wyp_q_mark2_thumbnail1Welcome to the “What’s Your Problem?” (WYP) open thread. The purpose of this entry is to allow the community to ask questions on the use of genomics resources. Think of us as a virtual help desk. If you have a question about how to access a certain kind of data, or how to use a database, or what kind of resources there are for your particular research problem, just ask in the comments. OpenHelix staff will keep watch on the comment threads and answer those questions to the best of our knowledge. Additionally, we encourage readers to answer questions in the comments too. If you know the answer to another reader’s question, please chime in! The “WYP” thread will be posted every Thursday and remain at the top of the blog for 24 hours. Questions or problems asked on Thursday will be answered on Thursday to the best of our ability. You can leave questions on other days of the week, but the answer might not come that day.

We’d also like to invite resource providers to let us know if they have something new to talk about, or something they want to mention to the bioinformatics community. We’ve had some people email us because they weren’t sure if they should post something, and we want to say that’s fine.

So What’s Your Problem? And What’s Your Solution? :)

NOTE: In the unending battle with spammers, we have to moderate comments. Your comment/question may not appear immediately after submission. We are notified when a comment comes in and we’ll get over and approve it as soon as we see it.

You can keep up with this thread by remembering to check back, by subscribing to the RSS comments feed to this WYP post or by subscribing to be notified by email of new comments to the post (use checkbox at end of comment form, you can unsubscribe later). If you want to be notified of future WYP posts (every Thursday), you can subscribe to the WYP feed.