Posts Tagged ‘pipeline’

Bioinformatics is a disorganised disaster and I am too. So I made a shell.

   Sam Nicholls    No Comments yet    Bioinformatics, chitin

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.


The Tolls of Bridge Building: Part IV, Mysterious Malformations

   Sam Nicholls    3 Comments    Sanger-QC

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 […]


The Tolls of Bridge Building: Part III, Sample (Un)Improvement

   Sam Nicholls    One Comment    Sanger-QC

Previously, on Samposium: I finally had the 870 lanelets required for the sample improvement process. But in this post, I explain how my deep-seated paranoia in the quality of my data just wasn’t enough to prevent what happened next. I submitted my 870 bridged BAMs to vr-pipe, happy to essentially be rid of having to […]