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Comment: C: Introduction to AWS Cloud Computing
... One more short question, Do you explain how to add resources to an instance?  For example, I would like to grow my disk space and processing power by adding more cpus, etc.   BTW, Great job. ...
written 23 months ago by mcc70
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Comment: A: Introduction to AWS Cloud Computing
... Have you considered shortening your presentation down to a 'Quick Start' guide? ...
written 23 months ago by mcc70
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Comment: C: How to find all the Somatic Mutations in a Chromosome
... Hi Emily, Thank you for your response.  I acutally want to find the somatic mutation in Ensembl and compare them to the SNP mutations that appear in the 1000 Genome project.   Can you steer me in the right direction that could help me with this task.  I was wondering if Ensembl has a tutorial to f ...
written 23 months ago by mcc70
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How to find all the Somatic Mutations in a Chromosome
... I want to produce a list of all the somatic mutations that are known using the 1000 genome project and using ensembl.  How do I start this project? ...
ensembl somatic mutation chromosome written 23 months ago by mcc70 • updated 23 months ago by Emily_Ensembl11k
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Trouble with Biostrings
... I am having trouble loading Biostrings.  I get this error.   I believe I have the correct versions as far as Ubuntu 14.04 repositories are concerned.  I have loaded XVector and still get this.  Where can I find out which versions work with what versions of Biostrings? > require(Biostrings) Load ...
R bioconductor written 24 months ago by mcc70 • updated 24 months ago by Ram11k
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Comment: C: Sequencing analysis server
... I do a very similar thing with my network. ...
written 2.3 years ago by mcc70
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Answer: A: Free Linux server for bio-computing?
... Try Debian server, There is nothing more rock solid than it. ...
written 2.3 years ago by mcc70
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Answer: A: Predicte Protein-Protein Interactions
... Try Dimmno, work done by Dmitry Korkine. ...
written 2.3 years ago by mcc70
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Comment: C: Best Way For A Beginner To Get Up To Speed On Unix Quickly?
... Ubuntu is the right place to start to learn Linux. There is Soooo much software out there for free! ...
written 4.3 years ago by mcc70 • updated 4.3 years ago by Neilfws46k
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Answer: A: Esoteric Programming Languages
... I happen to know of at least one instance where Lisp and Haskell were used by a computer scientist turned computational/biologist. I believe 'rickl' spent his early years at MIT in the computer science dept, so his knowledge of older, more 'esoteric' languages shines thru. Although, I don't believ ...
written 5.3 years ago by mcc70

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