Author archive for Lauren Attana

  • Cultures & Community Project Update April 2017

    I am pleased to report on the progress made under the Cultures and Community Project to date as we have…

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  • Cultures & Community eNewsletter: April 2017

    eNewsletter snapshot: April 2017  DON’T MISS OUT: Digital Humanities Pathways Forum Digital Humanities takes a trip to Barcelona!  Meet our Business…

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  • Digital Humanities takes a trip to Barcelona!

    Malcolm Wolski presented on the project activities at the 9th Plenary of the Research Data Alliance in Barcelona in early April.  The…

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  • Digital Humanities Pathways Forum

    You’re invited to attend our Digital Humanities Pathways Forum which will demonstrate the latest, innovative, eResearch tools and services available…

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  • Genomics Workshop: Your pathway to the latest, innovative, eResearch tools and services around the nation.

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  • ngmaster

    ngmaster is a In silico multi-antigen sequence typing for Neisseria gonorrhoeae (NG-MAST). Website: https://github.com/MDU-PHL/ngmaster Version: 0.4

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  • GroopM

    GroopM is a metagenomic binning toolset. It leverages spatio-temoral dynamics (differential coverage) to accurately (and almost automatically) extract population genomes from…

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  • VariationHunter

    VariationHunter-CommonLaw is a tool for discovery of structural variation in one or more individuals simultaneously using high throughput technologies. Website:…

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  • CMake

    CMake is a family of tools designed to build, test and package software. CMake is used to control the software…

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  • Cultures & Community eNewsletter: March 2017

    eNewsletter snapshot: March 2017  VIEW: In Australia, we’re enabling greater access to archives Cultures and Community Project 2017: Victorian Engagement SAVE…

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