User: Mark Anthony Gibbins

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Studying Bioinformatics/Computer Science at Royal Holloway University of London (Final Year UG).

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Posts by Mark Anthony Gibbins

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Comment: C: What Happened To The Bind (Biological Interaction Network) Database And Is Acces
... Is the problem here the funding needed to host the databases, or is it something else? As a side-note, someone might want to let Thomson-Reuters know about this little doozy: Warning: secure.unleashedinformatics.com uses an invalid security certificate. The certificate expired on 22/12/2 ...
written 5.3 years ago by Mark Anthony Gibbins130
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Comment: C: Beginner Book For Bioinformatics (Preferably In Python)
... For a good introductory book, "Understanding Bioinformatics" (Garland Science) is ideal. It does include some programming elements, but they are in Perl I believe. ...
written 6.0 years ago by Mark Anthony Gibbins130
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Comment: C: Is There Interest In An Ios Bioinformatics "Toolkit"?
... @Stefano I also can't tell! This is a serious question. I'm not trying to create some sort of pointless social application. I want to know if anybody could seriously use something like an iPad to visualise data sets in a convenient way. ...
written 6.0 years ago by Mark Anthony Gibbins130
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Comment: C: Is There Interest In An Ios Bioinformatics "Toolkit"?
... I must stress that NO computation would be performed locally by the device. Although the iPad 2's processor is really quite powerful for a mobile device, the app would use currently existing web-services to process data and then consume the results. ...
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Comment: C: Is There Interest In An Ios Bioinformatics "Toolkit"?
... This is essentially what I'm going for, yes, along with visualisation of any data processed/generated by these web services. You can, in recent firmware versions at least, have local storage of data on a per-app basis on iPhone/iPad now. Files can be added through iTunes or even over WiFi/Dropbox/We ...
written 6.0 years ago by Mark Anthony Gibbins130
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Comment: C: Is There Interest In An Ios Bioinformatics "Toolkit"?
... Yeah I'm aware of BioCocoa, but what I'm making isn't a general library, It's for more specific purposes. ...
written 6.0 years ago by Mark Anthony Gibbins130
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Comment: C: Is There Interest In An Ios Bioinformatics "Toolkit"?
... Would visualisation of data be a valid use? I was surprised that my lecturers spend most of their time buried in reams of text that they themselves barely understand even though they produced it. ...
written 6.0 years ago by Mark Anthony Gibbins130
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Is There Interest In An Ios Bioinformatics "Toolkit"?
... I'm currently creating a small "toolkit" application for iPad/iPhone that can perform functions like BLAST web-service searches and the like for my department, it's very crude right now. My question is: Is there demand in the Bioinformatics community for mobile applications like this? Would they be ...
webservice written 6.0 years ago by Mark Anthony Gibbins130 • updated 5 weeks ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20
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Comment: C: Is There A Fast Hashing Function For Nucleotide K-Mers (Q-Grams)?
... I used this approach recently in my final year project and my lecturer was left speechless at the speed/accuracy of my hash function. Not sure why this isn't a standard! ...
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Comment: C: Is The Ipad Bioinformatics-Unfriendly?
... Indeed I did consider the implications of GPL/Apple licensing, it is a sad state of affairs. I expect if demand was great enough, I would also create a version for Android devices with a separate code base and under a GPL license. ...
written 6.0 years ago by Mark Anthony Gibbins130

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