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Chris1221/README.md

Hi there, I'm Chris.

I’m interested in studying functional genomics using machine learning, as well as learning about ancient history from DNA. Check out my website for more information.

I’m a student in the DPhil Genomic Medicine and Statistics program at the University of Oxford, jointly funded by the Wellcome Trust and the Clarendon Fund. I work at the Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics and Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine (WIMM) with my supervisors Gerton Lunter, Thomas Milne, and Jim Hughes. I graduated with an Honours BSc in Biomedical Science specializing in Biostatistics from the University of Ottawa in 2017.

I work mainly in R, python, and C++, though I have hobbiest interests in many other languages including MATLAB, Julia and Rust. Outside of work, I am an avid hiker, coffee enthusiast, and home baker (though the last is a work in progress).

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  1. Demographic inference from whole genomes

    C++ 9 2

  2. goldi Public

    R Package for Gene Ontology Label Discernment and Identification.

    R 6 2

  3. A library of standard population genetic models

    Python 75 73

  4. Pre-processing of genomic intervals for deep learning.

    Rust

  5. yamldoc Public

    Dependency-free YAML documentation engine.

    Python 1 1

  6. Pure rust computation of the continuous Jaccard index at a single cell level

    Rust

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October 2021

11 contributions in private repositories Oct 1 – Oct 19

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