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Document your work by adding parameters to your shell scripts

August 14, 2018|0 Comments

At some point during your bioinformatics career, you're going to start writing shell scripts, it's kind of inevitable ! So let us discuss a strategy to add parameters to your scripts in order make them [...]

A word about unwanted variability

July 24, 2018|1 Comment

Experiments are influenced by various variables: the one we are interested in, and many others. Variability in the data can be related to differences in technical or biological variables, such as the instrument used, genetic [...]

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 [...]

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