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Mike Lin
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Blogging My Genome, episode 7: sifting for bad news
This is the seventh in a series of blog posts about my genome, which I had sequenced through Illumina's Understand Your Genome program. Hey, it's been awhile! We've been unbelievably busy at my company, but I've been plugging away on my genome analysis slow...

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Blogging My Genome, episode 6: variant calling, filtering, and QC
This is the sixth in a  series of blog posts  about my genome, which I recently had sequenced through  Illumina's  Understand Your Genome  program. I'd previously  generated mappings of my sequence reads to the hs37d5 reference assembly. The next step is va...

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Blogging My Genome, episode 5: the homozygous designated driver
This is the fifth in a  series of blog posts  about my genome, which I recently had sequenced through  Illumina's  Understand Your Genome  program. At the end of last week's episode , we manually examined some of my read mappings and called one A/A homozygo...

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Blogging My Genome, episode 4: read mapping
This is the fourth in a  series of blog posts  about my genome, which I recently had sequenced through  Illumina's  Understand Your Genome  program. Last week's data wrangling  produced eight FASTQ files containing the sequencing reads for my genome ($8=4 \...

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MH370: the accidental wisdom of NPR
Please enjoy this brilliant exchange six minutes into the show: ANCHOR:  "How big is the search area, or areas, Tom?" CORRESPONDENT:  "Well the defined search area is about 31,000 square miles. But if you take into the possibility that this plane may have f...

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Blogging My Genome, episode 3: data wrangling
After learning about Illumina's  Understand Your Genome  (UYG) program at  ASHG 2013 , I decided to sign up to get my genome sequenced. This is the third in a series of blog posts I'm writing about my own adventure in very personal genomics. Along with my c...

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Nice demo video of the Wolfram Language. Being able to have lots of built in data and language features that you can manipulate symbolically is pretty powerful.

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