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Shameless plug alert, I promise I’ll get back to more in-depth blogging sometime soon! If you haven’t already, please register for the UK NGS Meeting 2012 held in Nottingham, UK on August 28-30. This is the third incarnation of this relaxed meeting which has a diverse cross-section of NGS talks. There are particularly strong talks [...]
There are surprisingly few resources on this on teh intarwebs, so just some notes for my future self and anyone else attempting it. If you are wondering why I want to run a Windows 7 virtual machine – it’s because we need a server to run the MiSeq reporter and RTA on, in order to [...]
I’m going to try and get myself in the habit of more frequent, smaller updates. A few people have started using the data from Omicsmaps.com, the world-map of high-throughput sequencing instruments that James Hadfield and I run to power their own projects, which we think is great. For example a service called Findini is scraping [...]
I’m going to be helping out with teaching the NGS-related aspects of this course which might be interesting to you if you are thinking about using whole-genome sequencing for bacterial typing. Keith Jolley will also be there, talking about his software BigsDB software and his new rMLST method for bacterial typing. The best news is [...]