Monthly Archives: October 2014

HYPHY hack: Passing arguments to HYPHY via the command line

(NB: Reposted from Joe’s blog) HYHPY, is a great platform for advanced phylogenetics by Sergei L. Kosakovsky Pond, Simon D. W. Frost and Spencer V. Muse, where abstract concepts such as likelihood-ratio tests, model selection, and phylogenetic inference are represented … Continue reading

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HTML & The Leaf-nosed Bats of Buton

Recently, in my spare time (!?) I have been learning a few new languages… Coding languages of course! On top of my everyday use of Bash, Perl and R, I’ve been scratching up on Python, lots of data science command … Continue reading

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