Recently I’ve been following the GATK DNASeq Best Practice Pipeline for my limpet sequence data. Here are some of the mistakes I made and how I made them go away.Read More
I’m still alive, here’s some things what I’ve done.Read More
My datasets are so big, they trigger an NFS bug in the kernel
I purchased a Fitbit Charge HR this morning. Although primarily motivated by my partner’s latest pursuit for improved fitness, I guess any excuse for self-quantification is a good one for a statistician like me.Read More
In my previous post, I admitted to switching back to WordPress. Here is what I learned and some of the pros and cons I’ve encountered so far.Read More
I’d fallen in and out of love with WordPress years ago, but I’ve come full circle, betrayed my vow to never use WordPress again and am trying it out for myself, once more. Here’s why.Read More
My back of the envelope worst case calculation indicates 2.8 million decillion decillion possible valid paths so in retrospect, yes it was a bad idea to try and enumerate these to a terminal.
Following a short hiatus on the sample un-improvement job which may or may not have been halted by vr-pipe inadvertently knocking over a storage node at the Sanger Institute, our 837 non-33 jobs burst back in to life only to fall at the final hurdle of the first pipeline of the vr-pipe workflow. Despite my […]Read More