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Phylogenomics Tag

This is a guest post by Amir Szitenberg, postdoctoral researcher in my group at the University of Hull, and main author of @ReproPhylo I find the ReproPhylo approach to experimental phylogenomics very exciting, and can see how it would lead to better, in depth understanding of phylogenomic...

Our new phylogenomics environment is called ReproPhylo. It makes experimental reproducibility frictionless, occurring quietly in the background while you work on the science. The environment has a lot of tools to allow exploration of phylogenomics data and to create phylogenomic analysis pipelines. It is distributed...

I've been reading a lot recently about reproducible research (RR) in bioinformatics on several blogs, and Google+ and Twitter. The idea is that it is important that someone is easily able to reproduce* your results (and even figures) from your publication using your provided code...

While I was reading the Nature paper I was talking about in my last post I was thinking about the use of the term “phylogenomics”. It seems like there are two quite separate contexts where it is used.(1) Integrating evolutionary biology into genomics (2) phylogenetics...

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