Tender Is The Byte
In today's edition of Virome Bytes, Amelia Harrison discusses a paper looking at the microdiversity of Mediterranean Sea viruses!
If you're new to bioinformatics and just getting started, you're going to need to learn a lot of background info before you can really get started analyzing your data. In this post, we go back to the basics talking about terminals and the command line.
So you want to use Sass instead of plain CSS in your Clojure Ring web app, but you're not sure how to get it set up? No problem! Let's walk through it together.
In today's edition of Virome Bytes, I talk about a couple of new papers looking at prophages in Lactobacillus!
You've got nested lists in R. In fact, you've got lists of nested lists, but ggplot wants data frames or tibbles. Have no fear, this post will show you how to tidy up your nested lists by converting them to data frames!
An introduction to making sweet charts with ClojureScript, Reagent, and React-Vis!
Super simple guide to setting up spell checking in Emacs.
MMseqs2, a program for searching and clustering proteins, requires a CPU with either AVX2 or SSE4.1 to run. In this post, we walk through writing a script to automatically determine the instruction set on your computer and run the correct version of MMseqs2.
A beginners guide to using StructOpt for parsing command line arguments.
A detailed look at how to rotate axis labels in base R plots.