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- Assessment of new methods (5)
- Best practices in genetic analysis (16)
- Big picture (22)
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- Clinical genetics (6)
- Customer success (18)
- General statistical genetics principles (6)
- How to's and advanced workflows (14)
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- Paper review (2)
- Personal genomics (7)
- Plant & animal (6)
- Technology review (25)
- The Next Chapter of Golden Helix: Our Launch of SVS 8
- First Golden Helix Research Competition a Great Success!
- The New Human Genome Reference and Clinical Grade Annotations: It’s All About the Coordinates
- Public Data? What’s that good for anyway?
- Fun in the Sun – Headed to Tri-Con and AGBT next week
Author Archives: Mike Thiesen
When researchers realized they needed a way to report genetic variants in scientific literature using a consistent format, the Human Genome Variation Society (HGVS) mutation nomenclature was developed and quickly became the standard method for describing sequence variations. Increasingly, HGVS … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: This post is the second in a series from Golden Helix employees about working at the company and in the life sciences field. Mike has been working on GenomeBrowse with Sam for the last year. I became fascinated … Continue reading
A GPU can produce an enormous boost in performance for many scientific computing applications. Since we announced the availability of SNP & Variation Suite’s incorporation of GPUs to dramatically speed up copy number segmentation, we’ve received numerous inquiries on recommendations … Continue reading
Why should a genetic researcher care about the latest in video gaming technology? The answer is video graphics cards or Graphics Processing Units (GPUs). For certain computational tasks, a single GPU can perform as well as an entire cluster of … Continue reading