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 @iddux: Quality Scores for 32K Genomes – http://t.co/rc2UwyNSYF … confirming the “high throughput, no output” adage.
- RT @NIHDirector: Great Year in Review @pebourne, showing #NIH Office of Data Science’s progress from its first year & 2015 goals: http://t.co/5Ibnjggund
- RT @genetics_blog: Adventures with R http://t.co/XMssbNKXVk #Rstats #Bioinformatics
- RT @NCIEpi: The business of genomic testing: a survey of early adopters: http://t.co/PobTGu9xQ3 #genetictesting HT @DaleYuzuki
- RT @thinkgenome: Tartan genes: Colour schemes based on artist’s DNA: The firm launched in 2008 but its personal genome service … http://t.co/9MZeImccSb
- RT @galaxyproject: January 2015 Galaxy News! Lots of it! http://t.co/FtFZGL3fTn #usegalaxy (And wishing you a Happy New Year too.
- RT @C_G_S: Good read on use of a person’s #genome for research, #privacy & #personalizedmedicine @HankGreelyLSJU @FutureTenseNow http://t.co/YzEEVGoHTS
- RT @iGenomics: A illumina poster that summarizes many Seq applications in a succinct schematic way. http://t.co/2mLJW0Gnqq
- RT @mndoci: Best practices/architectures for using dbGAP and other controlled access data on #aws. New whitepaper by @delagoya http://t.co/pWiZ6CVsvr
- RT @cdessimoz:Benchmarking sequence alignment is tricky. See our “Who watches the watchmen” review: http://arxiv.org/abs/1211.2160
Advice for 2015:
— GlobalPneumoSeq (@pneumowatch) December 22, 2014