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tjakobi/README.md

Hi there 👋

I'm an Assistant Professor and Bioinformatician working on circular RNAs

  • 🏢 I'm working at The University of Arizona College of Medicine Phoenix
  • ⚙️ I use daily: .py, .sh, .pl, .R, .svg, .fastq,.fasta, .bam
  • 🌍 I'm mostly active within the bioinformatics community
  • 💅 Working on: Circtools, DCC, Bioinformatics scripts, etc…
  • 💬 Ping me about bioinformatics, circular RNAs, HPC, systems cardiology, computational RNA biology
  • 📫 Reach me: twitter.com/TobiasJakobi
  • ⚡️ Fun fact: I'm enjoying landscape and nature photography

Pinned

  1. circtools: a modular, python-based framework for circRNA-related tools that unifies several functionalities in a single, command line driven software.

    Python 19 17

  2. DCC uses output from the STAR read mapper to systematically detect back-splice junctions in next-generation sequencing data. DCC applies a series of filters and integrates data across replicate set…

    Python 31 18

  3. CircRNA testing and ploting R package

    R 9 8

  4. SARUMAN: Using GPU programming for short read mapping

    C

  5. Assorted scripts in Perl, Bash, R and whatsoever directly from a bioinformatician's scripts/ folder

    Shell

  6. Tools for daily work with the SLURM scheduler

    Shell

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Contributed to jakobilab/playground, omiics-dk/long_read_circRNA, jakobilab/.github and 7 other repositories

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