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Bioinformatician with focus on computational and statistical analysis of sequencing data.

- PhD in Bioinformatics with focus on small non-coding RNAs and high-throughput sequencing 
- 10 years of programming experience (Perl, C, R)
- Experience in statistical and automated analysis of big datasets
- strong scientific publication record

Specialties: next-generation sequencing, transcriptomics, small non-coding RNAs, training, consulting, networking


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News: Metagenomics Workshop in October 2017 in Frankfurt, Germany
... Metagenomics Analysis with MEGAN6 ================================= Learn how to use the most powerful interactive microbiome analysis tool ----------------------------------------------------------------------- ![enter image description here][1] **When?** 17 - 19 October 2017 **Where?** Frankfu ...
metagenomics ngs news workshop written 1 day ago by David Langenberger7.8k
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Answer: A: LAST CALL: Next-Generation Sequencing Data Analysis: A Practical Introduction (F
... Since 2 participants jumped off, there are again 2 seats available. ...
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Comment: C: Physalia-Course: Introduction to Linux and workflows for biologists-2 spots left
... I think it is okay to update the number every now and then... but what can I say... I do it myself for our courses. :D Nevertheless, I try to avoid it since I got warned by the admins... which I think is ok. Biostars is not for promotion, but to help others with problems. ...
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Answer: A: RNA-Seq Data Analysis Workshop in Berlin, Germany (full)
... Thanks to all participants for this nice event in March in Berlin. ![enter image description here][1] [1]: http://www.ecseq.com/blog/2017/img/Berlin-03-2017.jpg ...
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Blog: Some regions of the genome are not covered by DNA-Seq
... **Are there regions in the genome that are not covered by DNA sequencing?** If the genome would be a landscape, and you would create a map of that landscape by NGS, the map would certainly have some white areas. In other words: some genomic regions cannot be covered very well by sequencing the DNA ...
ngs dna-seq blog bias written 6 weeks ago by David Langenberger7.8k
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Comment: A: DNA fragmentation is biased
... Crosspost on [SEQanswers][1] [1]: http://seqanswers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=75567 ...
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Blog: DNA fragmentation is biased
... Cutting DNA into small fragments is a key preparation step for DNA sequencing with NGS technology. To reduce errors and increase reliability of the sequence information, every genomic region should be sequenced several times. This means that several copies of a target DNA have to be cutted in differ ...
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Answer: A: UCSC Custom Track Generator Script
... Nice tool. But when working with large amounts of files, I would recommend using [UCSC track hubs][1]. [1]: https://genome.ucsc.edu/goldenpath/help/hgTrackHubHelp.html ...
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Comment: C: incredible high memory consumption of bwa-mem on small amplicon dataset
... Invest in your future and get a better machine. ...
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Answer: A: Next-Generation Sequencing Data Analysis: A Practical Introduction (Frankfurt, G
... ![enter image description here][1] [1]: http://www.ecseq.com/workshops/flyer/ecSeq_2017-3_NGS-Introduction.pdf ...
written 3 months ago by David Langenberger7.8k

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