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Enhancement: more lessons! #1

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100ideas opened this Issue May 29, 2015 · 3 comments

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100ideas commented May 29, 2015

This was fun, I am looking forward to some more lessons, perhaps involving other biojs.io modules!

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bmpvieira commented Mar 25, 2016

Glad you liked it! We will try to add more. In the meantime, @thejmazz made a great exercise that uses Bionode, BioJS and other bioinformatics tools to create a server to visualise multiple sequences alignments.

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thejmazz commented Mar 26, 2016

@100ideas ping me if you have any issues trying it out. there was some super annoying browserify issues but I tried to walk through the resolution process. and you'll need R installed

and also, I think that the server will crash if you throw it a protein ID that does not exist, lol!

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100ideas commented Apr 5, 2016

How about an exercise to parse Sanger sequencing ab1 files and call the bases?

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