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Comment: C: Survey/Vote: If you could double the speed of any three commandline tools, which
... Combining your feedback with that of Chris Miller and others points with a fairly high signal toward variant calling and annotation. So I'm on board. And yes, please! I do indeed need introductory materials on everything variant related. ...
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Comment: C: Survey/Vote: If you could double the speed of any three commandline tools, which
... I haven't claimed and will not claim to be a master developer. But I don't think that's what's called for. What's called for is someone who will focus on a specific problem, read and get advice, think through the algorithm candidates and the effects of scaling on speed, make measurements, and iter ...
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Comment: C: Survey/Vote: If you could double the speed of any three commandline tools, which
... That path makes sense and is interesting. ...
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Comment: C: Survey/Vote: If you could double the speed of any three commandline tools, which
... Can you annotate this list a little bit for outsiders like me? Also, I'm trying to understand priorities here since it looks like 1 should be the priority but then you seem to call out the last 2. Or are you saying that there are other de novo tools that you would list as well? ...
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Comment: C: Survey/Vote: If you could double the speed of any three commandline tools, which
... Really interesting code and applications here. MHC binding application is broken form me -- the url needs the leading http://. ...
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Comment: C: Survey/Vote: If you could double the speed of any three commandline tools, which
... Thanks for these two leads. ...
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Comment: C: Survey/Vote: If you could double the speed of any three commandline tools, which
... Rust -- I'd probably write anything over from scratch. So maybe smaller is better to start :-D ...
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Comment: C: Survey/Vote: If you could double the speed of any three commandline tools, which
... I don't have anything on my list; that's the problem! I'm a physicist turned coder (like half the world, it seems). Outside of Rosalind and Coursera, I've never done any bioinformatics. But I've learned that I like speeding things up and I thought it would be fun to find out where I could make ...
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Comment: C: Survey/Vote: If you could double the speed of any three commandline tools, which
... Architecture speedups are just as interesting and challenging as code speedups. So maybe I/O bound applications are worth listing as well. ...
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Forum: Survey/Vote: If you could double the speed of any three commandline tools, which three would they be?
... Any thoughts? I'm posting here to look for bioinformatics tools that would benefit from a speed up. But if it's more general command-line tools that tend to be bottlenecks, list those too. If you want to list more or less than three, that's fine too, of course. If possible, prioritize them in or ...
next-gen forum sequencing alignment rna-seq blast written 5 months ago by dhbradshaw120 • updated 5 months ago by Puli Chandramouli Reddy150

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