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Answer: A: The Biostar Handbook. A bioinformatics e-book for beginners.
... Has Biostar now become a sales and advertising platform for 'for-profit' books and guides? Is Biostar the proper forum for a book, that by the sound of it, is based on the free content that is found without charge in this educational platform. Although, I applaud the efforts of the writers and e ...
written 4 months ago by mcc70
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Answer: A: Introduction to bedtools.
... The tutorial and puzzle links for Bedtools can be now be found at: http://quinlanlab.org/tutorials/bedtools/bedtools.html ...
written 5 months ago by mcc70
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Answer: A: mfold energies difference
... One thing that occurred to me is this paper by Nick Pace, > Hydrogen Bonding Stabilizes Globular Proteins Biophysical Journal Volume 71 October 1996 2033-2039 States: >Measurements of the change in conformational stability, delta (delta G), for the mutation of a hydrogen bonded residue to o ...
written 6 months ago by mcc70
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Comment: C: PhD programs in bioinformatics and genomics
... That does not answer my question. Did you do the analysis? Did you do the analysis in R or Python? Can you make that code available? ...
written 7 months ago by mcc70
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Comment: C: PhD programs in bioinformatics and genomics
... Where did you get this information? ...
written 7 months ago by mcc70
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Comment: C: InsideDNA: 5 Unix commands every bioinformatician should know
... Dear Sir or Madam, I think this tutorial needs a great deal of work. There are many issues I would like to address but have decided not to spend too much of my own time. The one comment I will make is regarding the formatting of this text, which makes it very difficult for me to glean any useful in ...
written 9 months ago by mcc70
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Comment: C: Functional Programming Examples for Students
... Yes, I am considering using some of the examples from Rosalind. Are there any examples that you are especially fond of? ...
written 11 months ago by mcc70
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Comment: C: Functional Programming Examples for Students
... I agree, K.I.S.S. (keep it simple...) ...
written 11 months ago by mcc70
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Forum: Functional Programming Examples for Students
... Greetings all, I need to teach basic computer skills to undergrad and graduate biology/chemistry students. I would like to teach the concepts of functional programming and object oriented programming (OOP) to students with minimal or no computer programming backgrounds using R and Python. I would ...
R forum python written 11 months ago by mcc70 • updated 11 months ago by b.nota3.0k
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Comment: C: Nice And Simple Introduction To Algorithm
... Hi Medhat, Yes, I would suggest you delete this post or find the proper link. Thanks ...
written 11 months ago by mcc70

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