We looked inside some of the tweets by @BrunoContrerasM and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
The Triticum aestivum genome at @RSATools has been fixed, now get-orthologues-compara should return valid
Superb review: Pangenome Graphs https://t.co/FD4hKgdvjh JM Eizenga @amnovak JA Sibbesen @simonheumos A Ghaffaari G Hickey X Chang JD Seaman R Rounthwaite J Ebler M Rautiainen S Garg @BenedictPaten T Marschall @jltsiren @erikgarrison If u know authors’ Twitter names, PLS RT them https://t.co/yKJlbM6TGb
Siguiente entrada sobre redes neuronales, hoy sobreentrenamiento: https://t.co/UVy4yJDmEY
Hi @DVLAgovuk , my EU car driving license expires in July but your site says I cannot exchange it for a British one during lockdown, will you extend its validity like you did with MOT? Thanks
A follow-up to an earlier blog post: base quality scores are essential to short read variant calling. The title says it all. https://t.co/W7mVwnCnuP
Currently doing a revision of "Perl 6 Fundamentals" as "Raku Fundamentals". Turns out all the code examples from a few years ago still work fine -- a level of stability that we didn't have before the "Christmas" release. Nice to see #rakulang flourishing!
El enfado de David Cantero con los que "con tantas ganas odian": "No nos sacarán de esta" https://t.co/Z0R7Cty26u
Todo el mundo lo pasa mal alguna vez por la competitividad y la precariedad que hay en la ciencia. Este artículo de 2018 es para ti: https://t.co/cOA4fWgIDH
Chapter 9 of Bioinformatics Algorithms is live today! This is my favorite chapter. It covers the algorithms for mapping reads to a genome, including suffix arrays and the Burrows Wheeler transform. It took us so much time but was so worth it. https://t.co/MiooTM9a2l
Mucho ánimo @NereaIrigoyen , que no te callen