If, like me, you are still tolerating Crashplan as your backup solution, it’s likely because it is one of the only companies that make backing up from Linux straightforward. However, part of the Linux Crashplan experience appears to be encountering segfaults. Here’s the fix.
Happy New Year! A long overdue update on whatever it is I am doing. Spoiler: It’s still a PhD.
We made a Lego DNA Sequencer to teach kids about DNA, Sequencing and Phenotypes. It’s awesome.
Since I got my beehive last summer, I’ve been toying with the idea of cramming it full of interesting sensors to report on the status of my precious hive. Now I am.
apache2, arduino, beehive, bees, cubism, d3, dht22, esp8266, monitoring, moteino, radio, sensors, socket.io, software serial, telehive, websockets
I got really cross with bioinformatics, so stuck my laptop in a laser cutter. The result was pretty satisfying.
The second installment of this year’s Christmas Special. We revisit our old friend, the DHFR dataset and discover that not everything is as awful as it seems.
Even `bowtie2`’s `–very-sensitive-local` option can be a little grumpy. Here’s how I make `bowtie2` a little more relaxed for alignment of more dissimilar sequences, particularly for my work on metagenomes.
It’s time for a PhD status report Christmas special. It’s a cliff-hanger episode, with a sad ending.
I am not a very organised bioinformatician, and despite your best efforts, you probably aren’t either. I’ve written a tool called `chitin` that tries to keep me, and bioinformatics more organised.
archive, bash, bioinformatics, chitin, database, disorganised, experiment, lab, labbook, organisation, pipeline, pitfalls, project, protocol, record, script, shell, sqlite, technique
For quite some time now, I’ve been wanting to make an LED lightstick. So I did. It’s well nice.