TIP OF THE WEEK
Knowledge sharing from industry professionals
At OpenHelix, we remember the days when people didn't even barely have documentation with their software when they put it out (yah, I know, it still varies). But outreach really is getting better. There are journals now that are also enforcing more re... MORE
This week's video tip is...well...atypical. It's not about a software tool, per se. Or, is it...? ... MORE
Ok, it's been a while since this was a regular feature. But I am still finding that I want to show some videos of science topics and software tools sometimes. So it may not be a regular feature, but I will be highlighting some videos that seem interes... MORE
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THE OPENHELIX BLOG
A genomics resources news portal
This week I left the "call to action" tweet at the top--you can vote for GenBank every day. But the other tweets are new this week. First, don't fall for the fake grant scam. A catalog of museum samples (I love the data from sequencing projects using those), genotyping arrays vs. sequencing debate and a lot of new data that's been released, fungi and E. coli data, a terrible DNA joke, and a terrible use of DNA testing to see how white a White Nationalist is. Welcome to our Friday feature link collection: SNPpets. During the week we come across a lot of links and reads that we think are interest... MORE
This week there's an actual call to action in the tweets. See Steven Salzberg's tweet about the 2017 Service to America award and GenBank is nominated--you can vote every day! The rest of the week's intriguing tweets include yeast diversity, British historical diversity, non-coding regulatory stuff, computer-coding DNA hackers, and setting standards for information of uncultured samples of organisms and for personal data. Welcome to our Friday feature link collection: SNPpets. During the week we come across a lot of links and reads that we think are interesting, but don't make it to a blog post... MORE
This week there's an actual call to action in the tweets. See Steven Salzberg's tweet about the 2017 Service to America award. You can vote for Genbank. Really--try to imagine the last couple of decades without it. And it's time to celebrate government science in front of the public. Go vote. After that, come back for the cheese and pomegranite genome. Most intriguing chatter this week was the ancient plant genome stuff at the bottom. I keep trying to tell people how far ahead agriculture is in genomics applications. Human researchers: ZZZZzzzzzzzzz. Welcome to our Friday feature link collectio... MORE
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