User: Petr Ponomarenko

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I am passionate about the prediction of changes in living creatures and populations due to mutations, epigenetics, lifestyle and environmental factors.

My first projects in bioinformatics were related to computation speed increase in algorithms like CE while I was in high school back in 2004. Later I got interested in protein-drug interactions, epitopes, MHC, 3d structures, modeling kinetics of different reactions under genetic variations and finally NGS.

You can reach me by writing to Petr at the website ALAPY.com

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Answer: A: Bioinformatics software distribution
... Thank you, all of you, for great commends. I got two more questions (thanks to Arnaud): 6) as a tool developer and as a user what do you think of software tools as plugins and how one can develop a plugin say for samtools? 7) is Galaxy (or similar solutions) a good way to distribute software for t ...
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Comment: C: Bioinformatics software distribution
... Thank you, Arnaud. Very interesting. What do you mean by "web/whatever application to use straight forward"? You say there is a way to have web tools, so we can imagine, say samtools that are web application? If so, it is an interesting idea. For applications with a small amount of data to input and ...
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Answer: A: Bioinformatics software distribution
... This is very interesting discussion. Thank you. I find great ideas in each answer and learn a lot. As discussion evolves, I get new questions about bioinformatics software distribution. I am adding them to the main first question as well. Here are the new questions I have: 4) What do you think abou ...
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Comment: C: Bioinformatics software distribution
... Thank you Jean-Karim ...
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Comment: C: Bioinformatics software distribution
... Thank you Charles. This is very helpful. Especially YAML format for citations idea is super handy. I will read your licencing guide. Thank you ...
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Comment: C: Bioinformatics software distribution
... Your idea on using google analytics for documentation website for your tool is awesome. Very very useful. Thank you Alex! ...
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Comment: C: Bioinformatics software distribution
... I am already very satisfied and conversation and ideas shared here way surpassed my expectations ...
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Comment: C: Bioinformatics software distribution
... Thank you genomax2 . Very useful indeed. How do you collect info on your software mentioned in paper as a web link (not as a citation to the paper)? I would love to accept your answer, but I want to continue this discussion and hear as many ideas as possible. I think we all benefit from this conve ...
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Comment: C: SNP Data Quality control
... Great. Welcome to bioinformatics! And thank you for an interesting question that might help others too. You can accept one of the answers in order to show others that your question is solved, also you can bookmark any answer or your question to see it in bookmarks for future reference. ...
written 16 days ago by Petr Ponomarenko1.2k
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Comment: C: Bioinformatics software distribution
... Kind of a poll, yes. I want to align my own preferences with our community preferences, standards, and needs, so I thought it is a great place to discuss how we distribute our software, how we analyse its distribution process and how we personally like to get software at the same time (and the way w ...
written 16 days ago by Petr Ponomarenko1.2k

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