d:bug | Data Analysis & Bioinformatics User Group
@ Weill Cornell Medicine, NYC
We meet on select Thursdays, 1:30 pm in the seminar room of the Department for Physiology & Biophysics on the 5th floor in the main WCM building. This is a place for informal exchange of coding tips and tricks with a focus on how stuff is actually done. Think interactive version of stackoverflow.
If you would like to receive more information and make sure you get the announcements of the next meeting straight into your inbox (including an occasional mail with related announcements), send an email to the Applied Bioinformatics Core of Weill Cornell Medicine.
Each meeting will get its folder where the material that was discussed will be available.
Feel free to post issues/comments etc. And if you have a tool or topic that's near and dear to your coder's heart, please share, preferably during one of our meetings! :)
For the collection of future topics, see this issue here.
|2017-11-16||One class to bind them all: the MultiAssayExperiment R class||Levi Waldon & Marcel Ramos|
|2017-09-21||Hot off the press: JupyterCon & latest Jupyter Notebook developments||Peter Oxley|
|2017-08-03||Docker for HPC environments: Singularity||Vanessa Borcherding|
|2017-07-27||Special BarCode event (minus code)||Jaffrey's|
|2017-05-11||Robustify your R code using the testthat package||Davide Risso|
|2017-04-13||Bioinformatic Applications of Cytoscape||Peter Oxley|
|2017-03-23||Building networks using Cytoscape||Michael Bales|
|2016-12-07||How to create R packages||Khagay Nagdimov|
|2016-11-17||Using Docker||Evan Biederstedt|
|2016-07-07||Jupyter Notebooks: Seamlessly combining research and documentation||Greg Putzel|
|2016-06-09||Makefiles: Making data analysis reproducible||Paul Zumbo|
|2016-05-05||HDF5: Managing Large Data Without Losing Your Mind||Jin-Hyun Ju|
- http://explainshell.com/ --> get feedback on your bash code!
- https://www.cheatography.com/bavo-van-achte/cheat-sheets/gnumake/pdf/ --> gnumake cheatsheet
|Applied Bioinformatics Core|