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  • Hi

    I'm an Analyst working for a Animal Breeding company in NZ. We're just starting a WGS using the Illumina Hiseq platform and had our first lot of data arrive (300+ coverages split among a number of animals). My focus at the moment is getting my head around how we are going to deal with all the data, comparing the various tools and assembling a decent pipeline for SNP calling.

    My background is in Biochemistry.

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    • Originally posted by aeonsim View Post
      Hi

      I'm an Analyst working for a Animal Breeding company in NZ. We're just starting a WGS using the Illumina Hiseq platform and had our first lot of data arrive (300+ coverages split among a number of animals). My focus at the moment is getting my head around how we are going to deal with all the data, comparing the various tools and assembling a decent pipeline for SNP calling.

      My background is in Biochemistry.
      Hi aeonsim,

      Could you please give your email address. SNP calling progress is a little complex, I think we can exchange our experience by email.I collected some papers, maybe could help you.

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      • Hello from Sci_guy

        Hi,

        My name is Jason and I work in Sydney for the CSIRO. I was a molecular biologist but now I've gone to the dark side and exchanged my pipettes for a Linux shell. I've been involved with mostly epigenomics deep seq projects which have needed a fair amount of bioinformatics crowbar work. I spend my days writing R/Python/Perl/SQL.

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        • Originally posted by aeonsim View Post
          Hi

          I'm an Analyst working for a Animal Breeding company in NZ. We're just starting a WGS using the Illumina Hiseq platform and had our first lot of data arrive (300+ coverages split among a number of animals). My focus at the moment is getting my head around how we are going to deal with all the data, comparing the various tools and assembling a decent pipeline for SNP calling.

          My background is in Biochemistry.
          Hi Aeonsim,

          Wes Barris and Brian Dalrymple at the CSIRO are experts in this field. Brian maybe sympathetic as he is a Kiwi (as am I)

          http://www.csiro.au/people/Brian.Dalrymple.html
          http://www.livestockgenomics.csiro.au/sheep/oar2.0.php

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          • Hello, I am a grad student from Michigan State working on plant-associated metagenomes and evo genomic analysis of a plant pathogen. Thanks for all the helpful comments here!

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            • Hello

              Hi, I'm a lab tech who's recently been told I'll be doing all of our 454 analysis work. Figured this place as well as other faqs and everything else would be a good resource. Will probably post my first question very soon. (and I used to think I was alright with computers)

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              • Hi all,

                I'm a PhD student in a plant genetics lab. Being a linux user with some programming experience, I seem to have become the "bioinformatics guy" in the lab. We've already successfully used SHORE to identify two mutants from a mutagenesis via resequencing; now I'm trying to prepare to analyse some RNAseq data from one of our mutants.

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                • Hi all,
                  I am an application specialist. I have Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering and 2nd Major in Pure Mathematics for curiosity reasons. I havn't found direct benefit of it but I might be wrong. I am my own mentor for the good and bad. I am involved in developing highthroughput screening projects since 2006. strong practical experience in linux being mathematically inclined. my dad bought me a computer in early 80's when I was less than 10 years old. I remember it had MSX, enough said about me.
                  Last edited by husamia; 06-30-2011, 06:16 AM.

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                  • Hey-

                    I am new member, and began working with the 454 GS Junior the last year. I am a technician here in Athens, GA. I do all the benchwork and upkeep with the Jr, but hope to do some analysis soon. I think this forum is very useful and I decided to join. I have done shotgun libraries for the large FLX and now do rapid libraries and some paired end runs on the Jr. Hope to do more studies soon.

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                    • Introduction

                      Hi. I'm one of the developers of the Savant Genome Browser. If anybody has questions or comments about Savant, feel free to contact me.

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                      • Hi

                        Hi, just getting into resequencing and found SEQanswers quite helpful, so I wanted to signup.

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                        • Hi. I'm the bioinformatics guy/sysadmin/programmer in our lab. We're studying metagenomics, which means tons of sequence data. Yaaaay!

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                            • Hi,

                              I am currently working on GAII. hoping to learn from y'all!

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                              • Herro!
                                For months now, my google searches on RNA-seq topics have consistently resulted in 1) finding threads from this forum OR 2) finding links to seqanswers threads in helpful comments at various blogs.

                                ٩๏̯͡๏)۶ I don't know why I waited so long to register! ٩๏̯͡๏)۶

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