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 @marc_rr: Just discovered excellent post by @BioMickWatson on clinical genome sequencing. Excellent comments too.
- RT @genetics_blog: Notice of Intent to Publish FOA to add #BigData Training to Ongoing Institutional Training Grants http://t.co/jSXXYcz1ir #bioinformatics
- RT @david_colquhoun: I’ve wondered about reliabiity of ancient DNA sequences. @JenniferRaff explains http://t.co/j0XTDyox93
- RT @genetics_blog: Git for Scientists: A Tutorial http://t.co/Nn5MGvBoLx
- RT @deannachurch: Was just amused that auto correct just tried to correct Illumina to Illuminati.
- RT @genetics_blog: Interesting idea – wonder if a #bioinformatics tag would gain traction greatcodeclub.com
- RT @nlbigas: Our paper describing jHeatmap: an interactive heatmap viewer for the web, is now accepted in Bioinformatics. @mpschr http://t.co/OnqITLRcC0
- RT @attilacsordas: R skills attract the highest salaries http://t.co/ts6ZVU5goS via @feedly 3. MapReduce 7. Pig 9. Hadoop
- RT @AgBioWorld: Advances in genomics and bioinformatics will benefit farmers globally http://t.co/ZqhmKgUmNnRT @Ananyo: Humans. Spreading genes willy nilly for thousands of years– Study links genetic data to historical events http://t.co/nTP2kuKjs4
— Torsten Seemann (@torstenseemann) February 12, 2014