Author Archives: Jami Bartole

About Jami Bartole

Jami Bartole came aboard Golden Helix in 2012 and is currently our Senior Field Application Scientist. Prior to that, Jami worked at the University of Montana – Helena College as a Mathematics Instructor and at the Montana Department of Justice as a Quality Assurance Auditor. Jami completed her Masters in Mathematics from Montana State University – Bozeman and her BS in Mathematics from Montana Tech – Butte. In her free time, Jami enjoys reading and spending time with her friends and family.

New and Updated Annotation Tracks Now Available!

In recent months we have been updating our public annotation library to include the most recent versions of existing sources as well as include new sources. Each of these annotation sources are compatible with our three major products (SVS, GenomeBrowse and VarSeq) and can be used for visualization, annotation and filtering. NHLBI ESP6500SI-V2-SSA137 Exomes Variant Frequencies 0.0.30, GHI Annotations are… Read more »

New and Updated Annotation Tracks Now Available!

In recent months we have been updating our public annotation library to include the most recent versions of existing sources as well as include new sources. Each of these annotation sources are compatible with our three major products (SVS, GenomeBrowse and VarSeq) and can be used for visualization, annotation and filtering.

Two New Regression Scripts

      Jami Bartole    May 29, 2014    No Comments on Two New Regression Scripts

We are excited to let you know about two new scripts to aid in Numeric Regression analysis. Don’t forget about the Technical Support Bulletins which keep you up-to-date on all the latest script news. You can stream this feed via an RSS reader, receive email updates, or see the latest on the SVS splash screen. Linear and Logistic Regression with… Read more »

Meet Jami Bartole: Technical Support Representative at Golden Helix

Editor’s Note: This post is the third in a series from Golden Helix employees about working at the company and in the life sciences field. Ever since moving away from Bozeman after finishing my Master’s degree in Mathematics, I have been trying to get back. Bozeman is just one of those places. I have lived in Montana my entire life… Read more »