Blogs

A WEEKLY BIOINFORMATICS BLOG, MOSTLY ABOUT SOFTWARE.

But WAIT, THERE’S MORE

A new post every Monday, describing software tools that we developed and are using routinely at the UF ICBR Bioinformatics Core. Most of the tools I will describe are installed on UF’s HiPerGator cluster computer, but may also be available through my GitHub repositories.  Feel free to contact me for more information and details about these tools.

Getting a handle on your storage

If you’re working in genomics and bioinformatics, most likely you’ve run out of disk space at some point in your life. We deal with large datasets…

Job management made easier

Last week we saw how to launch jobs using the submit command. After doing that you usually need to check running jobs, and occasionally modify or…

The submit command

The submit command is a user-friendly replacement for sbatch (under slurm) or qsub (under PBS). It is available in the dibig_tools module, and offers…

Jo Wu’s BLOG

Pharmacogenomics Knowledgebase video tutorial now…

Click on “training” => “video tutorials:  gene-drug interaction databases” to access.

Lost when using National Center for Biotechnology (NCBI) resources?  Take a look at https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/home/learn/ for tutorials…

Check out my tutorial for NCBI’s Gene Expression Omnibus (GEO) database!  It’s listed under “training” => “video tutorials – gene expression…