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  • Google Genomics

    ...range across one or multiple samples -- for your own algorithms or for visualization; or interactively process entire cohorts to find transition/transversion ratios, allelic frequen...

    1101 days ago

  • Google Genomics

    Explore genetic variation interactively. Compare entire cohorts in seconds with SQL-like queries. Compute transition/transversion ratios, genome-wide association, allelic freque...

    1038 days ago

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  • Now gmail turn more geeky, njoy http://tinyurl.com/p7svn9d #gmail #Vmail

    1529 days ago

  • Visualization of protein sequence features using JavaScript and SVG with pViz.js http://bioinformatics.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2014/08/21/bioinformatics.btu567.short? #Protein #Visualize #Jav

    1156 days ago

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  • IBL laboratory

    ...tal data, which are processed, archived, integrated and represented as working models through bioinformatics and mathematics. Link : http://www-dsv.cea.fr/en/instituts/institut-...

    1532 days ago

  • Gerstein Lab

    ...we take have broad connections to a variety of data-intensive fields, within the emerging discipline of data science. Personal Genome Variation: SVs Human Genome Annotation: Pr...

    1312 days ago

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  • Hagfish - assess an assembly through creative use of coverage plots

    Hagfish is a tool that is to be used in data analysis of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) experiments. Hagfish builds on the concept of coverage plots and aims to assist (amongst others) in quality control of de novo genome assembly or identification of structural variation in a genome ...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Hagfish, Assess, Assembly, Coverage, Plots, NGS, Structure, Variation, SV, Assembly, Genome

    519 days ago

  • LUMPY

    A probabilistic framework for structural variant discovery. Ryan M Layer, Colby Chiang, Aaron R Quinlan, and Ira M Hall. 2014. "LUMPY: a Probabilistic Framework for Structural Variant Discovery." Genome Biology 15 (6): R84. doi:10.1186/gb-2014-15-6-r84. More at https://github.com/arq5...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Analysis, NGS, Lumpy, SV, Variation, Structure, Genome

    422 days ago

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