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Understanding how kallisto works

March 28, 2018|1 Comment

In 2016,  Bray et al. introduced a new k-mer based method to estimate isoform abundance from RNA-Seq data.  Their method, called kallisto, provided a significant improvement in speed and memory usage compared to the previously [...]

Think like a computer

February 8, 2018|1 Comment

Let's say all your results for a given project are stored in Excel files named exp1.xlsx, exp2_20170708.xlsx, exp_prolif_072017.xlsx... Inside file exp1.xlsx, you have this : This might be a user-friendly result file but it is [...]

A multiprocessing example and more

December 11, 2017|0 Comments

Recently, I had to search a given chemical structure into a list of structures. Using the python chemoinformatics packages pybel and rdkit, I was easily able to do so but the operation took a little [...]

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