— Sam Nicholls (@samstudio8) October 7, 2015
Happy New Year! A long overdue update on whatever it is I am doing. Spoiler: It’s still a PhD.
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.
It’s time for a PhD status report Christmas special. It’s a cliff-hanger episode, with a sad ending.
I gave a talk at Birmingham University. It was ok.
A status update on the apparent progress of my doctorate, featuring a name for my work, and a brief run through all of the things that are and are not broken as of September 2016.
Another long overdue insight to the things I am supposed to be doing so I can call myself a doctor someday.
I’m published! I’m a real scientist now! Check out the application note on Bioinformatics.
The adventure continues, here’s what I’m working on lately.
Yesterday, I gave a talk at the Aberystwyth Bioinformatics Workshop on the metahaplome: a graph inspired structure for encoding the variation of single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) observed across aligned sequenced reads.