For the first tip of 2009, I am going to feature a ‘where to’ tip, as opposed to our normal ‘how to’ style tip. In our persuit of great tutorials to train on, we are hunting for and learning various data mining tools and software. My where to tip is that I recently learned where to find a lot of great info in this subject, namely from the journal BioData Mining. This journal is open access, and from BioMed Central. In my tip, I talk about the journal, and feature an article (also cited below) that I found really interesting, as well as some other journal-related tidbits. Enjoy!
PS: Trey blogged about this journal here in Nov. but hey, you can never get enough of a good thing, right?
-Georgios A. Pavlopoulos, Anna-Lynn Wegener, Reinhard Schneider (2008). A survey of visualization tools for biological network analysis. BioData Mining, 1 (1) DOI: 10.1186/1756-0381-1-12