This blog is brought to you by NCGAS undergraduate intern Christina Campbell and is inspired by the curiosity of former NCGAS Co-PI Craig Stewart (who is now enjoying well-earned retirement). This is part of a multi-part series on exploring questions about epigenetics in beetles. Follow along as we determine which species have methylation enzymes, how these patterns are organized on the species tree of beetles, and how you can explore possible patterns of methylation – entirely with bioinformatics!
2020 was a rough year for many reasons, but there are still things to be excited about – here are the staff picks of interesting or exciting news in 2020!
The Data Capacitor II or DC2 (for more details, link here) is a high-performance file system that will be retiring soon. Toward that end, on October 11th, 2020 the file system will become read-only and on December 11th, 2020 the file system will be shut down for the last time. This will affect all users…… Read more »
Jupyter notebook is an open-source project that supports interactive data science and scientific computing across programming languages. Notebooks are great to have all your code, text, images, and equations in one single document. This is easy to share, run on other datasets, and customize scripts from a template. This tutorial is on how to setup…… Read more »
NCGAS new website changes and new links
Available resources and tools through NCGAS in support for COVID19 research
How to find individual files in an archive and how to remove just the files you need without having to decompress the whole thing!
Part 2 of Job Management Mini Series
Advanced job handling for easy pipelines
Start running analysis on PSC bridges cluster