This week’s SNPpets include stories about how DNA gets into the databases, network visualizations, historical genome browsers, CVS doing personalized medicine, fungal genome resource issues, mouse, dog, plant and human data stories, free data, and more.
Welcome to our Friday feature link collection: SNPpets. During the week we come across a lot of links and reads that we think are interesting, but don’t make it to a blog post. Here they are for your enjoyment…
Field Journal: The Business End Of A DNA Database http://t.co/sG3S2GjXUD Collecting poop from solitary, nocturnal animals is hard.
— mem_somerville (@mem_somerville) July 31, 2015
— Molecule World (@MoleculeWorld) July 31, 2015
— Irma Aguilar-Delfin (@dyctiostelium) August 2, 2015
— BioCyc&PathwayTools (@BioCyc) July 31, 2015
Found goldmine of early genome browser refs – in a patent from the company once known as SmithKline Beecham: https://t.co/wGwtIzlWMS
— Ann Loraine (@aloraine205) July 31, 2015
— NY Genome Center (@nygenome) August 2, 2015
That awkward moment when you realize that the feature that was annoying you is actually awesome, but you were using it wrong.
— Chris Dwan (@fdmts) August 3, 2015
An open letter to the fungal research community regarding genome database resources http://t.co/4M0P37kSZ6
— Jason Stajich (@hyphaltip) July 31, 2015
— Mouse Genome Info (@mgi_mouse) August 3, 2015
— John Didion (@jdidion) August 3, 2015
— Josh Herr (@number_three) August 4, 2015
— Michael Markie (@MMMarksman) August 5, 2015
I'm giving away data! Looking for someone to take this project & run with it. Ideal for honours/side projects https://t.co/3m2uQfER3e
— Alex Bond (@thelabandfield) August 5, 2015
— genome_gov (@genome_gov) July 30, 2015
— Andrew Tarantola (@Terrortola) August 6, 2015