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Re: Presentation at meeting tomorrow

From: Joe
Sent on: Saturday, January 28, 2012 9:29 PM
 Thanks again for a great meeting everyone. Here is a BioBike tutorial that covers the basics, while doing a bioinformatics experiment at the same time. It was intended for college freshmen or advanced high school students:

This presentation explains why BioBike is significantly valuable for researchers, including none programming researchers:

BioBike runs in Lisp, which gives it a high degree of programmability, and many AI/ML tools are directly applicable to it.

Comp-bio site mentioned by Timmy:­

Bio book mentioned by Sally:­

Protein solving mentioned by Kevin:­

Intro chapter on Bio for programmers:

Here are some videos by a company that works with this type of software:


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