Moderator: David Langenberger

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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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Comment: C: Benchmark - Comparison of Different NGS Mappers
... ariel.balter, without cutting off the axes, nobody could see any differences in the bars, which makes the plot completely unreadable. My principle of good data presentation includes good visibility of the message I want to communicate. The message in this plot is: "All mapping algorithms are above 9 ...
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News: 1st Berlin Summer School in NGS Data Analysis
... ![enter image description here][1] **In a nutshell** - Learn the essential computing skills for NGS bioinformatics - Understand NGS analysis algorithms (e.g. read alignment) and data - formats Use bioinformatics tools for handling NGS data Perform first - downstream analyses for studying genetic ...
ngs dna-seq data analysis news rna-seq written 16 days ago by David Langenberger7.3k
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Comment: C: Spring School for RNA-seq Sequence Analysis
... That was more a joke than a political discussion. ;) ...
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Answer: A: Spring School for RNA-seq Sequence Analysis
... > Eligibility: Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Is that a consequence of your new president? ...
written 25 days ago by David Langenberger7.3k
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Answer: A: RNA-Seq Data Analysis Workshop in Berlin, Germany (9 seats left)
... ![enter image description here][1] [1]: http://www.ecseq.com/workshops/flyer/ecSeq_2017-1_RNA-Seq.pdf ...
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Comment: C: Example of how bioinformaticians can publish in Scientific Reports (by nature pu
... This point is well taken. I completely agree. But how boring would be a bioinformaticians life without heuristics, statistics and black boxes. :) ...
written 6 weeks ago by David Langenberger7.3k
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Comment: C: Example of how bioinformaticians can publish in Scientific Reports (by nature pu
... That's a joke, no? :D ...
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Comment: C: Example of how bioinformaticians can publish in nature using publicly available
... I think that this little, tiny picture at the top of the text, makes it pretty clear, that this publication is in Scientific Reports. But: I will change the title again, to assure that this post is not misleading. :) ...
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Comment: C: Example of how bioinformaticians can publish in nature using publicly available
... They coincidentally saw this behaviour in lymphoma and then tested it in the other cancer types. ...
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Comment: C: Example of how bioinformaticians can publish in nature using publicly available
... You don't have to be sorry. I got your point and changed the title. I just don't want to make a mountain out of a molehill. I like discussions, but sometimes it is just not worth it. ;) ...
written 6 weeks ago by David Langenberger7.3k

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