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 @BioMickWatson: A bioinformatics hipster is someone who uses Python, buys Apple products and sits in independent coffee shops reading PLoS One
    • RT @bioinformatics: Delicious: Think Bayes – Bayesian Statistics Made Simple http://t.co/3rHNe21d
    • Wow–I love the image of when the tools appeared, and the feature table is handy: RT @notSoJunkDNA: Impressive compendium of HTS mappers: [paper] http://t.co/RXsHK9dE [list site] http://t.co/nXwoT7pN
    • Sweet–great collection of constructive actions: RT @DailyScan: Don’t Just Sit There: @CellCellPress commentary urges researchers to advocate for scientific funds http://t.co/odSDSjaR
    • via email: On behalf of the Organising Committee for the 6th International Biocuration Conference I am delighted to announce that our website and registration are now open: http://www.ebi.ac.uk/biocuration2013/
    • RT @sjvn: Food Supply #Globalization Creates Urgency for #Genomics to Isolate Foodborne Diseases http://t.co/vwAhZgXv by @bakercom1  #genome
    • RT @carlzimmer: I wonder how much of biology will join the pre-print culture of physics. http://t.co/C6MyxnAm
    • RT @dgmacarthur: Anyone writing research software who isn’t reading @ctitusbrown is making a grievous error. This is awesome: http://t.co/sBQ0FTZF