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20 Feb 2020
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11:28:55@RebelCoder:matrix.orgrebelCoderhttps://talkpython.fm/episodes/show/227/maintainable-data-science-tips-for-non-developers
11:31:00@RebelCoder:matrix.orgrebelCoderNew video in Bioinformatics in Python series is out: DNA Toolkit. Part 3: GC Content Calculation. https://youtu.be/7k9nCLrHipQ
11:31:44@RebelCoder:matrix.orgrebelCoder

Awesome video:

The world is struggling to contain the new coronavirus outbreak. But thanks to new genetic material sequencing and synthesis technology, scientists are able to identify and study this virus quicker than ever before. Will it be enough?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvyQJHKicXk

11:32:03@RebelCoder:matrix.orgrebelCoder *

Awesome video:

The world is struggling to contain the new coronavirus outbreak. But thanks to new genetic material sequencing and synthesis technology, scientists are able to identify and study this virus quicker than ever before. Will it be enough?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvyQJHKicXk

11:32:20@RebelCoder:matrix.orgrebelCoder *

Awesome video:

The world is struggling to contain the new coronavirus outbreak. But thanks to new genetic material sequencing and synthesis technology, scientists are able to identify and study this virus quicker than ever before. Will it be enough?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvyQJHKicXk

16:28:56@RebelCoder:matrix.orgrebelCoderNew video in Bioinformatics in Python series is out; Rosalind Problems: GC Content, FASTA File Format. https://youtu.be/mw4FSbDro0A I hope you guys like this one as we are getting into some real Data Processing in this video. So this is a good example of what you can expect to work with if you are provided some gene/genome information.
21 Feb 2020
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24 Feb 2020
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00:01:45@test573:matrix.org@test573:matrix.org * Hi! I'm currently trying to get my head around unique molecular identifiers. I understood the general concept: Random sequences are attached to fragments before amplification because amplification introduces bias and then fragments are relatively under/overrepresented. Now. I understand that DNA is amplified in one spot (bridge PCR) such that it can be sequenced using light-signals and in order to have enough light signal to capture it, you need enough copies. But that means should be able to know about duplicates just because the fragments are directly next to each other, no? Is there another PCR amplification step before the bridge PCR? (If so, why?)
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6 Mar 2020
14:26:06@RebelCoder:matrix.orgrebelCoderNew Video in Bioinformatics in Python series: Development Tools Setup https://youtu.be/81Eb_YXmV4g
14:26:45@RebelCoder:matrix.orgrebelCoderNew video in Bioinformatics in Python series: DNA Toolkit. Part 4: Translation, Codon Usage. youtu.be/J72gVimVadQ
9 Mar 2020
11:05:49@RebelCoder:matrix.orgrebelCoderNew video in Bioinformatics in Python: DNA Toolkit series. Part 5: Open Reading Frames. https://youtu.be/8xDdJl9dYHg
18:21:36@RebelCoder:matrix.orgrebelCoderNew video in Rosalind Problems series: Fibonacci, Rabbits and Recurrence Relations. https://youtu.be/3eBIHdyGJLQ
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