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philippbayer/README.md

Hi there 👋

I use computers to learn how genomes work.

  • 🔭 I’m currently working on interpretable ML around environmental DNA (eDNA) from Western Australia's oceans. Hopefully soon I will have models which tell me which WA ocean areas are healthy, which areas show more diversity than expected, and which ones need help!
  • 👯 I'm always happy to chat anything interpretable ML, especially applied to sequencing data (genomes/reads)!
  • 📫 How to reach me: twitter.com/philippbayer is probably fastest. if not, my uni email which is philippDOTbayerATuwaDOTeduDOTau
  • 😄 Pronouns: he/him
  • Fun fact: most crops we rely on (bread wheat, canola, coffee, cotton, strawberry, etc.) are allopolyploids, that means that their cells contain a bunch of genomes from two or more ancestral species (canola: 2 genomes, bread wheat: 3 genomes). We humans have only one genome, boring.

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