The latest paper from our research group has just been published in Scientific Reports. A big part of the work was done in silico, using different software tools and databases. All bioinformatics software used locally was installed on a Slackware64 system, almost exclusively from the scripts at SlackBuilds.org. With this post, I would like to give my sincere thanks to Slackware and the SlackBuilds.org community.
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I have some spreadsheet data which I want to present in columns, instead of the rows that I initially entered. I searched a bit and found instructions for Excel here. The principle is the same, so here’s what I did for Gnumeric. Read the rest of this entry »
I have some spreadsheet data where the first column lists the position of a certain amino acid within a protein. There are many amino acid sites that are skipped, therefore the rows do not follow the actual, uninterrupted, amino acid sequence. Read the rest of this entry »