Bioinformatics (CSIRO), hacker, web/open science enthusiast, some-time photographer
Follow-up to blog post: here's "hayfever", Google Trends, UK vs Australia. Double spike in UK data is interesting.
No data, no links to data, uses Joomla, unfinished. Mutadatabase must be a joke - http://bit.ly/hFQloc.
Followed unsubscribe link from netvibes email, was greeted in French
GIMP fake HDR effect before/after - http://registry.gimp.org/node/11776
PubMed retractions 1900 - 2009; http://bit.ly/hOebWY
Also not a missile
Customer screening #fail
Top 10 domains in body of posts to FriendFeed References Wanted
Hairball - http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/pr100808n
The storms are skirting either side of my location, happily
PubMed: autism[title/abstract] 1900 - 2009
I see what they're trying to do with this infographic, but I don't think they quite pull it off.
Just spotted Google Australia's special image for today.
Findings increasingly novel, scientists say.
Suspect this GEO dataset is not very good.
InParanoid ortholog bit scores (fly-human) for transcription factors (TF = 1) and non-TFs (TF = 0)
This will not last, but the moment is captured: let the race to 10000 begin :-)
Top BLAST hit bit score (human) vs. CAI (fly) with gene of interest highlighted.
Top H.sapiens BLAST raw score versus CAI (D. melanogaster CDS)
Could not resist. Twitter in emacs - http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/TwitteringMode.
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