As a researcher at the National Cancer Institute, part of the National Institutes of Health, I work broadly in the areas of genomics and bioinformatics of high-throughput data analysis. In addition to data analysis and biologically-driven projects, I have a strong interest in developing software and tools for analysing and interpreting genomic data and help to lead the Bioconductor project. Take a look at my publications page or my Google Scholar Profile for details.
Recent Blog Posts
Clustering and Microarray Preprocessing Talks
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
The good folks at Cold Spring Harbor have made the lectures from the CSHL Statistical Analysis of Genomic Data available for public viewing. A couple of my talks give a high-level overview of microarray preprocessing and clustering.
A simple bootstrap-based knitr template
Sunday, November 24, 2013
The R package, knitr, is a pretty nice system for publishing results of analyses and reports using the literate programming paradigm. I found myself wanting to produce a pretty web-based output of my collaborator's data and analysis. Having used twitter bootstrap for my own website and for other small html pages, I thought I would look into creating a small template for knitr based on bootstrap.
Installing R Source Packages on Mac OS with XCode 5.x
Thursday, November 07, 2013
Many of us using R on the Mac have been spoiled by having available a stable build environment, even for source packages. I recently upgraded to OS X 10.8 and then upgraded to XCode 5.x. Out-of-the-box, I ran into compile errors related to a missing compiler; a solution is given.