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  • Need your views on a custom pipeline

    Hi,

    Here's a link to my most recent presentations. My team created a pipeline to map sequences to a custom dataset using the BWA aligner. The pipeline also gives some stats and does an error check. The next step is to integrate it with other tools and I need your views. Please give the presentation a few mins and let me know what you think about it plus your ideas on what more could be done.

    Thanks!

    Link : http://www.photosnack.com/slideshows...43409b1a766343

    (PS: You need flash and turn the full-screen on.)

  • #2
    well it is kind of funny, not that scientific, but I don't know how serious this presentation needs to be.

    one huge point is that slides are totally overloaded. Keep some information out of it and keep it more simple then maybe I am going to check all slides in more detail. :P

    The pipeline on it's own looks useful for me.

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    • #3
      I submitted this with a more scientific report and I got the highest grade tho :P I'm sure the teachers liked it.

      It is useful, it's going to be used in future projects.

      Yeah, that's a great point. I'll keep it in mind not to info-overload the slide next time.

      Thanks for the time you took reading the stuff!

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