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 @jacksonlab: RT @illumina: The first in a two-part video series with Dr. Bruce Budowle about the impact of NGS on forensic genomics: http://t.co/xN7FIyRt
- iPhylo: The failure of phylogeny databases. http://iphylo.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/the-failure-of-phylogeny-databases.html hat tip Dave Lunt on G+.
- Snorf: RT @jermdemo: Saying you need the cloud to do bioinformatics is like saying you need to rent a tuxedo to get married.
- RT @neilfws: Despair at the quality of public data. Must be Monday. http://t.co/qiEG9N7M
- RT @genetics_blog: New from @marylynritchie lab- biofilter 2.0 – annotate GWAS results or use to construct biologically sensible GxG tests http://t.co/vCAIhmDu
- RT @GeneticAlliance: How much should doctors tell their patients about their genome? Decide for yourself! http://t.co/0MyRKkiT #genesinlife
- RT @OpenHelix: Pre-submission paper on PatientsLikeMe strategy of online, realtime, clinical trial data sharing http://t.co/BPPPL4fQ