Progress Report: Genome-wide hypothesis generation for single-cell expression via latent spaces of deep neural networks
We wrote an application for the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative's Collaborative Computational Tools RFA. Our application was recommended for funding. We are writing our progress report as we go. This repository contains the report. Please feel free to file a GitHub Issue to ask a question. Some elements of this report are expected to also be written up via a published manuscript. In the event that we write a manuscript, we will begin from this report. Authorship will be determined in accordance with ICMJE guidelines.
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# Activate the manubot conda environment (assumes conda version >= 4.4) conda activate manubot # Build the manuscript sh build/build.sh # Or monitor the content directory, and automatically rebuild the manuscript # when a change is detected. sh build/autobuild.sh # View the manuscript locally at http://localhost:8000/ cd webpage python -m http.server
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