This weeks SNPpets include some useful images for teaching or presentations, Cabbages of Doom’s popular post on bioinformatics being like bench science, pathway visualization, deep learning for predicting variant effects, DNA tools for saving wildlife and (separately) for eliminating pathogens, and more. How Ashley Madision’s hacked data is like gene lists. Formats, formats, formats. Also some Docker chatter.
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…
— Genomics Education (@genomicsedu) August 24, 2015
— Dale Yuzuki (@DaleYuzuki) August 21, 2015
Automatically visualise and analyse data on pathways using PathVisioRPC from any programming environment http://t.co/uRYCzq9HoJ
— Chris Evelo (@Chris_Evelo) August 22, 2015
I was wondering where people got fabric posters printed too.
Recommendations for a fabric poster printing service?
— Stephen Turner (@genetics_blog) August 24, 2015
— Andrew Beam (@AndrewLBeam) August 24, 2015
— Science Practice (@sciencepractice) August 25, 2015
Do Helix's Numbers Work? http://t.co/sHF9tCC6sX
— Keith Robison (@OmicsOmicsBlog) August 25, 2015
— News from Science (@NewsfromScience) August 26, 2015
— PLOS (@PLOS) August 26, 2015
— Keith Bradnam (@kbradnam) August 26, 2015
This analysis quite similar to doing bioinformatics on gene lists https://t.co/p2CdcACe0R
— Nick Loman (@pathogenomenick) August 27, 2015
1/N Comment from NCBIer explains elegance of SRA format – why is NCBI so poor at selling community on these? http://t.co/EJSW1pRbjb
— Keith Robison (@OmicsOmicsBlog) August 28, 2015