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jfy133/README.md

Hi there 👋, my name is James

I am a bioinformatician / biomolecular archaeologist, specialising in ancient metagenomics

🤖 I like automation, metadata, documentation and community projects!

🧬 My current research focus is currently on improving throughput of NGS sequencing data processing, and authentication of very old metagenomic ancient DNA samples.

👪 I'm currently a core-team member of the nf-core initative of standardised Nextflow pipelines and I established the SPAAM-community of ancient metagenomics researchers.


Skills

nextflowNEXTFLOW

r

bioconda

bash

git

linux


Research

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Current projects


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  1. MEx-IPA Public

    Interactive results viewer for maltExtract

    R 3

  2. A fully reproducible and state-of-the-art ancient DNA analysis pipeline

    Nextflow 56 54

  3. cuperdec Public

    R library to generate 'Cumulative Percent Decay' curves for microbial taxonomic profiles

    R 2

  4. Repository containing lists of all published ancient metagenome samples (and related)

    HTML 25 11

4,289 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

September 2021

Created 2 repositories

Created a pull request in SPAAM-community/AncientMetagenomeDir that received 5 comments

Add Brealey 2021

Pull Request This PR is for a New Publication(s) Correction For the following list(s): ancientmetagenome-anthropogenic (README) ancientmetag…

+86 −5 5 comments
6 contributions in private repositories Sep 6 – Sep 17

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