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  • oper
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    Originally posted by Genohub View Post
    Thanks! Those links are still working. Interesting read.

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  • Theodre
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    yeh its cool. Thanks for your good writing.

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  • archana87
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    Thanks.

    It would be a great help.

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  • viewtubers
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    Awesome thread with great recommendations...

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  • Strandlife
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    Follow us at blog.strand-ngs.com to know what's new in Strand NGS, upcoming webinars, case studies and many more.

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  • Genohub
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    A good place to start are the NGS guides on Genohub:

    Designing Your Sequencing Runs
    Sequencing Coverage Guide
    NGS Library Preparation Kit Guide
    NGS Instrument Guide


    Originally posted by Sharanya Manoharan View Post
    Hi friends,

    I am new to NGS, I am very eager to know how to work with genome sequencing, any one could tell where i could develop my knowlege.. Thanks

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  • Sharanya Manoharan
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    Hi all

    Hi friends,

    I am new to NGS, I am very eager to know how to work with genome sequencing, any one could tell where i could develop my knowlege.. Thanks

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  • AllSeq
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    AllSeq - The Sequencing Marketplace

    Just adding AllSeq’s blog here:
    http://allseq.com/blog

    We cover the sequencing market, giving our neutral opinion to help our readers cut through some of the marketing spin.

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  • Bioo Scientific
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    Bioo Scientific's Blog, What's Next in NGS

    Here is a link to Bioo Scientific's blog, What's Next in NGS:
    http://blog.bioongs.com/home/blog/


    - Bioo Scientific

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  • Genohub
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    Adding Genohub's Blog: http://blog.genohub.com/

    - Genohub

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  • flxlex
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    Originally posted by 2007lab View Post
    http://contig.wordpress.com/
    Lex Nederbragt's blog on NGS.
    Please make that flxlexblog.wordpress.com (the 'contig' one is more a manual about the newbler software). Thanks anyway!

    Lex

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  • 2007lab
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    In light of recent events, I think I would propose to add the following
    http://liorpachter.wordpress.com/
    (Bits of DNA where Lior Pachtor eats Bioinformaticians for breakfast, the tone and tenor are harsh, but I am learning a few things.. reallly just very few things, as most of it is still mathematics). Wish there was another blog that explained Lior's blog.

    http://ecodevoevo.blogspot.com/
    Anthropology and Evolution heavy blog, but also something more including a deep bias on GWAS(?)

    http://contig.wordpress.com/
    Lex Nederbragt's blog on NGS.

    http://madhadron.com/index.html
    Frederick Gross' ascerbic bioinformatics and other blog.
    This one in particular made me search for antacids this morning.
    http://madhadron.com/posts/2012-03-2...formatics.html

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  • damiankao
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    I started a blog recently:
    blog.nextgenetics.net

    I've written some entries on GO analysis and data visualization using javascript. I am not a veteran of the field, just a phd student. Hopefully I'll be able to explain stuff in a more accessible way.

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  • DaleYuzuki
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    I just started a blog called 'Next Generation Technologist' that will cover NGS from a slightly different angle, that is from one of the major vendors in the life science research tools market (i.e. Life Technologies).

    It is a personal blog, so there will be my 'take' on things, as well as productivity / travel / cool stuff kinds of posts as well. Do feel free to come by and take a look around, and share your comments / feedback!

    It has been an adventure already, figuring out how Wordpress worked, finding an appropriate theme and plugins, and then figuring out how to use my existing webhost to cooperate. (I.e., no 'one-click installation' available for me.)

    Cheers -
    Dale

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  • gavin.oliver
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    Thanks Dan! I look forward to discussing things further.

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