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  • omadmelrag7y
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    Thanks Thanks

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  • RoyKCarollJ456
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    Nice work gents.

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  • Froing
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    Besides Google maps, sometimes I use city mapper and Yandex maps. The last one is a very popular app in my country. For instance, there you can easily check all the information about any organisation. You can find out anything, from small groceries to big malls. City mapper is better to use for public transport directions and timetables.

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  • Torrey Ah-Tye
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    Hey All!

    It looks like it has been awhile since this thread saw any action, but here we are in 2019 and my company is working on something similar: https://meenta.io/map/#/

    We're going a step further and on boarding hosts to the system to make these instruments available to Book "on demand," like Uber!

    Cheers

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  • colum1967
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    Hi James,


    Great map
    Can you please add AFBI, Newforge Lane, Belfast.
    we have a 454 GS Junior.

    Cheers

    Colum

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  • Cierra1713
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    Hey James I like the concept of your maps. Do you have any website link for it or a google play app?

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  • Khoa.can.Seq
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    Hi James,

    Thank you for this great resource to help connect us with other in the community!

    Please add Oregon Health & Science University Sequencing Core (OHSU Portland, Oregon)

    and

    Floragenex Inc
    4640 SW Macadam Ave
    Suite 200, Lab #1
    Portland, OR 97239

    Thanks!
    Khoa

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  • EvelyneLuyten
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    Great idea, please also add:

    'Genomics Core - University Leuven - University Hospitals Leuven'
    Herestraat 49
    3000 Leuven Belgium

    We have a HiSeq2000, HiSeq2500, Miseq, PacBioRS, Roche 454, Sequenom MassArray, Affymetrix and Illumina arrays.

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  • Sri.rang
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    Hi James,

    Please add Biokart India Pvt Ltd we are based in Bangalore, India.

    We offer Microarray (Affymetrix, Illumina and Agilent Platforms) and NGS (Illumina - GA IIx & HiSeq, 454, Ion Torrent, MiSeq Plaforms).

    We provide Microarray & NGS Data analysis training and Bioinformatics services as well.

    Thanks

    Sri

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  • kthai
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    Hi James,

    Please add the MIT Biomicro Center to the map. We are located on 31 Ames St., Cambridge, MA.

    We have 1 HiSeq 2000, 1 GAIIx, 2 GAII.

    Thanks!

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  • james hadfield
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    The data on the map are submitted with no request to make them any more publically available than we have already in the stats page. I am not sure we can simply post the info out. However we are considering changes t the map and I would be grateful for any and all suggestions on what users would like to see on it.

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  • charsbak
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    This is great work. Is there a way to output the raw data from this map, so I can create my own stats table?

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  • scrosby
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    Gtac

    This is stellar work! Could you please add:

    The Genome Technology Access Center at Washington University
    Campus Box 8232
    660 South Euclid
    St. Louis, MO 63110
    314.286.1256

    We currently have 2 HiSeqs.

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  • jimmybee
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    James,

    Insitute of Plant Biology, University of Zurich does not have a next generation sequencer and so can be updated on the map.

    Cheers

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  • nickloman
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    Hi seqmaster

    The reason Max Planck isn't on that table is because the table summarises the top genome centres, defined by those places that are dedicated genome centres (as opposed to univerisities, research institutes etc.) - this discrimination may not be particularly helpful as I'm not sure how accurate the data is, but that's the reason for now.

    Cheers

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