I work on many RADSeq projects, and I'm using Stacks for doing this. I
developpe(d) some scripts to describe the result, compute descriptive
So I'm really interested to participate to this Hackathon, to give autonomy
So I'm in to .... but not at the date you propose .... sorry.
Is the possible the week before (between 7th and 11th) or 2 weeks later
(between 29th to 1st)?
Have a nice day
Gildas Le Corguillé <lecorguille(a)sb-roscoff.fr> a écrit :
I have some knowledges about RADSeq ... at least about the
bioinformatics part. This technology is growing up in my lab (marine
science) and I'm involve in few of those projects.
So I'm in!
Le 23/11/2015 20:59, Tiago Antao a écrit :
> On Mon, 23 Nov 2015 18:03:05 +0000
> John Chilton <jmchilton(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> Someone should create an tools-iuc issue for this, I will certainly
>> participate also. I don't know anything RADSeq (or really much about
>> any kind of Seq) but I suspect I can find a way to help if there is a
>> TODO or ideas list that is tracked on github.
> I am surrounded by RADSeq specialists (including some of the people
> that developed the technology).
> I will contact them to get a list of things needed (TODO) and probably
> try to convince one of them to introduce the technology.
> Unfortunately the geekiest of them all is not a big Galaxy fan, I am
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