Monthly Archives: June 2010

Our paper comparing sequencing and array technologies is online.

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Comparison and calibration of transcriptome data from RNA-Seq and tiling arrays

Abstract Background: Tiling arrays have been the tool of choice for probing an organism’s transcriptome without prior assumptions about the transcribed regions, but RNA-Seq is becoming a viable alternative as the costs of sequencing continue to decrease. Understanding the relative … Continue reading

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Strunk and White on colons, commas, semicolons, dashes, and parentheses

“The colon has more effect than the comma, less power to separate than the semicolon, and more formality than the dash.” “A dash is a mark of separation stronger than the comma, less formal than a colon, and more relaxed … Continue reading

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Poincare on lazy thinking

“To doubt everything and to believe everything are two equally convenient solutions; each saves us from thinking.” — Poincare (1913, p. 27)

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ICCS paper and talk slides now available.

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