I’m not a huge blogger, but I have found that blogs are a nice way to keep track of and organize bits and pieces of information from around the web. I typically post links to sites that have helped me get my research done or solve a problem. Hopefully some of this is useful to others. Topics range from lab protocols to computer support to bioinformatics scripts.
- Graph that… (Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013) - Ever need a graph to illustrate a point for a talk or blog post–Like the fact that the number of blog posts at WordPress.com is rapidly increasing–UF now has a… Read More
- Diversitree and R tutorials (Thursday, February 28th, 2013) - I’ve been playing with the R package diversitree lately, and there’s some great tutorials online: The diversitree site itself has several tutorials The AnthroTree site has a nice tutorial on… Read More
- Apple TimeMachine, full restore from network OS X Server backup (Thursday, February 28th, 2013) - We use Apple’s OSX Lion Server (10.7) to host TimeMachine backups for several machines around the lab. Mostly this is a secondary backup as most user data is on a… Read More
- A Targeted Enrichment Strategy for Massively Parallel Sequencing of Angiosperm Plastid Genomes (Wednesday, February 13th, 2013) - Our paper by Greg Stull and others just came out in Applications in Plant Sciences outlining the use of Agilent SureSelect targeted enrichment to facilitate rapid and low-cost next-generation sequencing… Read More