"What's Your Problem" Open Thread

WYPWelcome to the “What’s Your Problem?” (WYP) open thread. The purpose of this entry is to allow the community to ask questions on the use of genomics resources. Think of us as a virtual help desk. If you have a question about how to access a certain kind of data, or how to use a database, or what kind of resources there are for your particular research problem, just ask in the comments. OpenHelix staff will keep watch on the comment threads and answer those questions to the best of our knowledge. Additionally, we encourage readers to answer questions in the comments too. If you know the answer to another reader’s question, please chime in! The “WYP” thread will be posted every Thursday and remain at the top of the blog for 24 hours.Questions or problems asked on Thursday will be answered on Thursday to the best of our ability. You can leave questions on other days of the week, but the answer might not come that day.

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2 thoughts on “"What's Your Problem" Open Thread

  1. Theodore Horoschak

    I don’t really have a question. I just wanted to mention a resource that I haven’t found any references to on your site. There’s quite a bit there all on the topic of immunology and genomics. You might want to do a write up of it for your blog.

    See http://imgt.cines.fr/

  2. Jennifer

    Hi Theodore.

    Thanks for this great tip! I went to the site & was overwhelmed by all the options and information. I will definitely blog about this resource, after I’ve taken some time to explore it a bit more.

    Again, thanks for the info – we REALLY do enjoy learning about great resources like these from our readers.

    (Anybody else have any suggestions?)

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