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Post-Doc bioinformatics at the University of Western Australia, co-founder openSNP.org

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Comment: C: Research Bazaar 2018
... I think if you set the event into June/July you have more than enough time to get workshops, timeplan and a page planned out! ...
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Answer: A: Research Bazaar 2018
... The Sydney page (3-5 July) is now up: https://resbaz.github.io/resbaz2018/sydney/ The Brisbane page (6-8 July) is also up: https://resbaz.github.io/resbaz2018/brisbane/ Perth (23-25 January): https://resbaz.github.io/resbaz2018/perth/ Oslo (7-9 February): https://resbaz.github.io/resbaz2018/os ...
written 23 hours ago by Philipp Bayer5.0k
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Answer: A: Problem with Parse SeqIO
... Normally this should work (and it does on my system). Are you writing to the genbank_file in the script before that? Perhaps you haven't closed the file handle yet so that writing to the file hasn't synced? ...
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Comment: C: Research Bazaar 2018
... I haven't heard of anything being planned in India - you can contact the 'main' organisation at research.bazaar@gmail.com to check with them, [last year][1] there was nothing in India either! [1]: https://resbazblog.wordpress.com/resbaz-2017/ ...
written 3 days ago by Philipp Bayer5.0k
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Forum: Research Bazaar 2018
... Research Bazaar is a worldwide festival promoting digital literacy at the centre of research. There are festivals held at various universities over the next year (but mostly in January/February) including Melbourne, Oslo, Perth, Brisbane, and more. [Main homepage][1] More locations will be added ov ...
forum course workshop written 3 days ago by Philipp Bayer5.0k
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Job: PhD Position in Crop Bioinformatics, University of Melbourne
... We are seeking a motivated PhD candidate to undertake research in the area of agricultural bioinformatics. The University of Melbourne is one of the leading tertiary institutions in the world with a strong reputation for academic excellence. The university is home to almost 50,000 dome ...
australia phd job written 18 days ago by Philipp Bayer5.0k • updated 18 days ago by WouterDeCoster24k
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Comment: C: Phylogenetic tree from denovo assemblies
... This is a very useful comment! One addendum is that Orthofinder (a proteome clustering software similar to OrthoMCL but with more features and it accounts for some weirdnesses in the alignments) also gives you a file of one-to-one clusters as an easier start for the concatenated (MUSCLE?) aligment ...
written 27 days ago by Philipp Bayer5.0k
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Job: Postdoctoral Researcher Systems Biology/Personalized Medicine, Perth, Australia
... The laboratories of Dr Anthony Bosco and Dr Parwinder Kaur have a joint opening for a postdoctoral position in computational systems biology. The position is part of a larger effort to establish a competitive personalised medicine program at the Telethon Kids Institute. The postdoc will be involved ...
wgs hi-c job bioinformatics written 28 days ago by Philipp Bayer5.0k
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Comment: C: Gmap aligner taking too long
... Have you tried just splitting up your input file of reads into 20, 50, 100 subsets and submitting 20, 50, 100 jobs to a cluster? ...
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Comment: C: Low mapped percentage. How to know if data is junk?
... If you run `samtools view` on your bam file of unaligned reads you'll get the reads in SAM format, from there you'll have to copy paste a few into the search window of NCBI blastn ...
written 5 weeks ago by Philipp Bayer5.0k

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