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…
- Fascinating. RT @Calestous: Which countries have the most foreign scientists? INFOGRAPHIC: http://t.co/uUp41UiV #opendata
- Could not resist this one: RT @itannoysmywife: It annoys my wife when she is trying to talk to me about Christmas cards and I start talking about #Bigfoot DNA genome sequencing.
- RT @GenomeInstitute: Standards sought as clinical use of #gene #sequencing speeds up http://t.co/7g6YE2Rn (@amednews)
- RT @genenames: A preprint of our publication “Genenames.org: the HGNC resources in 2013” is now available: http://t.co/j9L0BXS8
- RT @genetics_blog: The single greatest thing that’s ever been said in author instructions http://t.co/kUX29LC6
- RT @IowaTaylor: Wheat genome sequenced! http://t.co/r7qUOJQF
- Handy for the aesthetically challenged like me: Ian Bosdet suggests Colorbrewer: If you need to pick a set of colours that go well together, whether they are sequential, diverging or quantitative, you can’t go wrong with Colorbrewer. Built for maps, perfect for almost everything. http://colorbrewer2.org/