Items tagged with "bioinformatics"


Using Biowulf at the NIH for next-generation sequence data analysis

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Clustering and Microarray Preprocessing Talks

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.


Wednesday, November 27, 2013 | tags: ,


NCBI Gene Expression Omnibus (GEO) RSS feed for new data

The NCBI Gene Expression Omnibus now provides an RSS feed for new GEO Series records. Subscribing to the feed provides a constant stream of new submissions to GEO.


Saturday, April 9, 2011 | tags: ,


Online Databases for Cancer Genomics

The venues for cancer research have always included both the laboratory and the clinic. The internet is now a third venue that is becoming increasingly important. Patients use the internet to find support, information, and even care. Clinicians use it for delivering care and staying up on research (and even to communicate with patients). Cancer researchers also use online resources. Here, I give a short list of online resources for cancer researchers, some of which are a bit off the beaten path. This is not a comprehensive list, but a couple of the resources I mention are (comprehensive lists, that is).


Thursday, September 22, 2011 | tags: , ,


Parsing NCBI GEO data with the XML R package

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Thursday, May 27, 2010 | tags: , , , ,


Testing for Non-Differentially-Expressed Genes

A bioconductor email list exchange discusses the question of tests of equivalence with regard to finding unchanging gene expression.


Friday, March 22, 2013 | tags: , , , ,


Testing the Ray assembler on Illumina paired-end data

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Monday, April 4, 2011 | tags: , ,