A selection of some interesting papers of the past period. Unfortunately some are only accessible for subscribers. Some topics covered; protein folding and design, antibiotic resistance genes, RNA polymerase complex and a paper on choosing the right color for your data.
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The 9 reads for Christmas
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Git for Scientists in 2 minutes
Since the introduction of Git the world of version control went through a revelation. Currently Github is the biggest player in the field, offering a free place to host and collaborate on your open-source code. However Git is also very useful for a scientist to keep track of in silico experiments and it does not require any sophisticated or complicated tools. In this post a small tutorial on how to set Git up for your experiments. Continue reading
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