Friday SNPpets

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 are for your enjoyment…

  • RT @JChrisPires: RT @druvus: List of Free Statistical Software http://t.co/8kLKR16N #opendata #bioinformatics [Mary]
  • RT @genetics_blog: Rafael Irizarry (@rafalab) has a youtube channel w/ lots of #statistics for #genomics & #bioinformatics videos http://t.co/qUnmOPkw #Rstats [Mary]
  • RT @Bgeedb: Public microarray experiments silently share identical data, leading to hidden redundancy http://t.co/L7vhi6cQ #bioinformatics [Mary]
  • Ha! RT @genetics_blog: 51% of survey respondents thought stormy weather interferes with cloud computing http://t.co/R5kTai0u [Mary]
  • RT @emblebi: RT @ensembl: New blog post: Scrollable Genome Browsing in region view – take a look! http://t.co/rn3Do9nI  [Mary]
  • The number of times I’ve said,  ‘very nice, but what does it do?’ in the last 15+ years in similar conversations is off the charts… Exactly. RT @jcbarret: 2 newest group members describe what it’s like for biologists to join a computational group: http://t.co/VzHJ0bJw (with occasional hilarity) [Mary]