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10 rule-of-thumb in genomics

More and more people are working on genomics. Although the term genomics embrasses a large and poorly defined field, there are common features. Ewan Birney, head of Nucleotide Data at EMBL’s EBI, shared 10 rules of how to go about genomic data. It is always good to be reminded of the pitfalls of genomic data.

Thanks to Keith Bradnam (here is his blog) for pointing out this interesting item.

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