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Comment: C: Problem To Getting Articles From Pubmed Webservice
... This guy knows what hes talking about ... solidi solution! ...
written 5.4 years ago by Delinquentme200
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(Closed) Open Source Influence Apis ... Is There A Service Which Has Already Mapped The Cross-References Between Papers?
... Title handles what I'm after. Basically if google exists there should already be a tool which traces references between papers. This would effectively be PageRank for research papers and act as a wonderfully solid base for replacing publishers. Thoughts? my ideas: Klout API google Yacy OpenURL ...
open written 5.5 years ago by Delinquentme200 • updated 5.5 years ago by Darked894.1k
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Suggestions On "Versioned" Bioinformatics Data For An Example Proper Restful, Discoverable Api
... Hey all, I've built out the API / user system for a web application which I'm basically making as a study for how to properly implement APIs. stack: -django -postgresql Specifically I'm after data which is versioned as this is one feature I'm displaying. Ideas: - HG19 vrs HG18 ... its HUGE thoug ...
api database written 5.6 years ago by Delinquentme200 • updated 5.6 years ago by Giovanni M Dall'Olio25k
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Comment: C: Should Biostar Be Switched Over To The Stackexchange Network?
... how well will the integration be handled... I dont have an incredible number of votes .. say like Pierre .. however I'd love to have my 65 points of "street cred" when we migrate =] ...
written 5.7 years ago by Delinquentme200
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Comment: C: Bioinformatics Tutorials Utilizing The Go ( Of Google Fame ) Programming Languag
... burlappsack this sounds like no other implementation I've ever heard of ... I have no idea how clojure or lisp are implemented but after a search someone said " find any way to sneak it in ". What does this stack look like? are you using particular functions in lisp which are called in java? Or? ...
written 5.8 years ago by Delinquentme200
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Comment: C: Bioinformatics Tutorials Utilizing The Go ( Of Google Fame ) Programming Languag
... "golang" this is a slightly useful search term... Checkmark! ...
written 5.8 years ago by Delinquentme200
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Comment: C: Bioinformatics Tutorials Utilizing The Go ( Of Google Fame ) Programming Languag
... Hmm I know what you're saying... but correct me if I'm wrong but most of the stuff they've shut down has been apps / platforms? I think GO might be a little deeper ...
written 5.8 years ago by Delinquentme200
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Bioinformatics Tutorials Utilizing The Go ( Of Google Fame ) Programming Language
... So I've heard many novel things about GO one resounding claim was something along the lines of: " Go is the spiritual predecessor of C++ " I'm interested to know if anyone knows any implementations of GO specifically in bioinformatics GO has a reputation for being the bees knees when it comes to ...
parallel written 5.8 years ago by Delinquentme200 • updated 2.7 years ago by Samuel Lampa1.1k
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Comment: C: In The Various Dna Sequencing Methods What Restricts The Process From Sequencing
... wouldn't a sensor work better? I guess I dont see the logic behind using something that would heat a sample, if the heat destroys its function. ...
written 5.8 years ago by Delinquentme200
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Comment: C: In The Various Dna Sequencing Methods What Restricts The Process From Sequencing
... I recall something about pac bio using ribosomes with fluorescing tags ... are you saying the lasers are used to read these tags? I guess I thought that was simply a sensor picking up the flashing dots? ...
written 5.8 years ago by Delinquentme200

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