Archive for the 'Computational Biology' Category

Dec 26 2015

Opus 23

            I’ve been gone for a while. Sorry. It’s been a busy┬átime for me. I’ve spent most of the year coding a genomic analysis program called Opus 23 Pro. Opus 23 Pro is a suite of apps that provide a development environment for precision medicine. It allows the clinician to […]

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Mar 28 2013

Remembering the Memorable

One of the features of any network is the appearance of motifs, patterns that recur within a network much more often than expected via any sort of random occurence. The first four notes of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony are an example of a motif: This opening phrase is one of the most widely recognized in music. […]

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Dec 10 2012

Alternapedia

Wikipedia is an amazing online resource for reliable information. Most of the time. In general, Wikipedia is most reliable when the entries are devoted to technical topics for which there is little controversy or a minimum of divergent opinion. Entries that are devoted to topics which may have minority opinions that diverge from the currently […]

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Mar 12 2012

Fruity Loops and Arrowheads

One of the features of any network is the appearance of motifs, patterns (sub-graphs) that recur within a network much more often than expected at random. These small circuits can be considered as simple building blocks from which the network is composed. This analogy is quite useful, since many of these motifs would appear to […]

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