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Job: Bioinformatics Postdoc @EMBL Heidelberg, Germany; software/methods/development for metagenomics
... For full details of the job description, visit the EMBL job page for the position. Application deadline is 13 September 2015. Position is part of the newly-established German National Bioinformatics Infrastructure Network (de.NBI), as part of the Heidelberg Human Bioinformatics (HD-HuB) node in He ...
metagenomics job germany pipelines written 21 months ago by aidan-budd1.8k
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Comment: C: Aligner for super-short sequences
... As Brian says, it'd be easier to help here if you could explain the biological motivation behind this questio ...
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Comment: C: [Beginners question]: What determines the number at the end of a gene? (example:
... Something else that this question/answer highlights, is the benefit of using unique identifiers for a given biological entity (gene, protein, splice form etc.) - e.g. there are two human proteins in UniProt with the name "COX2" http://www.uniprot.org/uniprot/P00403 http://www.uniprot.org/uniprot/P35 ...
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Forum: Join us crowdsourcing an article on what makes a great open-source bioinformatics community
... We're trying crowdsourcing opinions and ideas on what makes for a great open-source bioinformatics community. You're very welcome to join us on this by using pull-requests (to contribute text to the documents) and issues (to discuss how to work on it together) at this github repo: https://github.com ...
article open-source forum communities crows-source written 22 months ago by aidan-budd1.8k
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Comment: C: About Collapsed Phylogenetic Tree
... Note that bootstrap values are associated with branches, not nodes. This is an important distinction - if you spend some time reading and thinking about how bootstrapping is used in the context of trees, and the role of bipartitions in this process, hopefully it will become clearer. ...
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Job: Clinical Bioinformatician And Trainer, University Of Manchester, Uk
... I met the person advertising this at a recent meeting, and I think it's a great opportunity to work as a bioinformatics trainer in the UK, somewhere other than in the south of the UK. It's a decent salary for the UK, I post below the text from the job ad from this page, which is where you should go ...
bioinformatics job written 4.2 years ago by aidan-budd1.8k
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Answer: A: Fetching Genbank Entries For List Of Accession Numbers.
... Depends on how long "long" is, but up to some length, you can even use the Entrez web interface to get these e.g. querying with "A22237 A22239 A32021 A32022 A33397" here http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov gives you a link to this page: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nuccore/A22237A22239A32021A32022A33397 an ...
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Comment: C: Which Sequences Should I Include In A Whole Genome Alignment Of Primates?
... Sounds like a good idea ...
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Comment: C: Which Sequences Should I Include In A Whole Genome Alignment Of Primates?
... What kinds of questions are you interested in addressing with the alignments? ...
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Comment: C: Constructing Phylogenetic Tree Based On Pathogenicity Genes Of A Fungus
... Do you mean that you might expect to find pathogenicity genes in homo sapiens? I assume not. I'm sorry, I'm just having trouble understanding the aim/focus of the analysis, and that makes it hard to give advice. Have you been given a title for this project? If you could post that, or something simil ...
written 4.3 years ago by aidan-budd1.8k

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