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The presentation of my PhD defence

That’s it! Last week I defended my PhD thesis!! I have gone through it, and survived to tell! I don’t feel very different from before, apart from being relieved :-). Now the future is possibly more difficult than before, because … Continue reading

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Introduction to Unix systems for Evolutionary Biologists – slides online

Here are the slides of the “Introduction to Unix-like systems” lecture I gave last Saturday at the “Programming for Evolutionary Biology” workshop in Leipzig. In these slides, I did my best to communicate to the students what is philosophy behind … Continue reading

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second part of the slideshow on HG for bioinformatics

I gave the second part of the talk on Version Control and hg for my group (check the first part). Here you have the slides: I am working in collaboration with some of my colleagues to write a pipeline for … Continue reading

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The true story behind the annotation of a pathway

These slides are from a talk I gave earlier this week to my lab, describing two papers we published recently: (slides are published on Nature Precedings: you can vote it here) Bioinformaticians frequently use data and annotations from scientific databases, … Continue reading

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