Status Report: 2018: The light is at the end of the tunnel that I continue to build
Happy New Year! A long overdue update on whatever it is I am doing. Spoiler: It’s still a PhD.
Status Report: November 2016 (Part II): Revisiting the Synthetic Metahaplomes
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.
Status Report: November 2016 (Part I): Triviomes, Treeviomes & Fuck Everything
It’s time for a PhD status report Christmas special. It’s a cliff-hanger episode, with a sad ending.
Jul Aug September 2016
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.
Status Report: May 2016 (Metahaplomes: The graph that isn’t)
Another long overdue insight to the things I am supposed to be doing so I can call myself a doctor someday.
Status Report: February 2016
The adventure continues, here’s what I’m working on lately.
Meet the Metahaplome
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.
Status Report: October 2015
I’m still alive, here’s some things what I’ve done.