Tag Archives: bioinformatics

Please meet us at the ELIXIR Data Competency Training program, 5 and 6 April at the Amsterdam Science Park Congress Centre

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The ELIXIR Europe node in the Netherlands provides an infrastructure and framework for managing the vast amount of data that is being generated by bioinformatics and life sciences. 5 and 6 April there will be a training course to help implement this framework for organisations and companies within the Netherlands who want to use, reuse […]

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Bioinformatics Frameworks Part 3: Snakemake

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One of the biggest changes within the field of bioinformatics is the rise of the framework. Frameworks are the professionalization of analysis pipelines, constructed with software development and data science in mind. With this series of blogs I will discuss a few that have crossed my path, and try to explain the essence of their design philosophy. In part three, I will focus on SnakeMake, the modern Make alternative.

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Bioinformatics Frameworks Part 2: BioConda and BioContainers

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One of the biggest changes within the field of bioinformatics is the rise of the framework. Frameworks are the professionalization of analysis pipelines, constructed with software development and data science in mind. With this series of blogs I will discuss a few that have crossed my path, and try to explain the essence of their design philosophy. In part two, I will focus on BioConda and BioContainers: the hassle-free application management.

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Bioinformatics Frameworks Part 1: Bash and Make

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One of the biggest changes within the field of bioinformatics is the rise of the framework. Frameworks are the professionalization of analysis pipelines, constructed with software development and data science in mind. With this series of blogs I will discuss a few that have crossed my path, and try to explain the essence of their design philosophy. It will not be a straight forward choice to pick the framework that suits your workflow best, but I hope these posts will help. Part 1 discusses the precursors of frameworks: Bash and Make.

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Staying in touch with Bioinformatics Developments

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We live in exponential times. This is apparent when observing the rate of technological advancements in many branches of science and technology, but it becomes especially clear in the field of modern biology. From the application of CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing to the usage of AI in identifying novel therapies, keeping up with the current state-of-the-art […]

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Welcome to BioCentric

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The challenges with the modern DNA analysis do not lay with costs and labs anymore, today it is the sea of data that overwhelms.
We at BioCentric believe that DNA should be biology and not about data. We will help you make your research BioCentric again.

 

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