How can #ChatGPT help you use R?— Isin Altinkaya (@IsinAltinkaya) December 4, 2022
-> Plot your data?
-> Transform it?
-> Or just have a casual chat about the meaning of life while you look like you are working?
A tutorial (and an experimental R wrapper
gptchatter):https://t.co/XYiMhbWUH8#DataScience 1/n pic.twitter.com/LaTm5Z78Y1
We signed the manifesto and fulfilled our pledge: our first (of many?) publication in @PeerComJournal https://t.co/JupJkaFBlj We present HMMploidy, a new method to infer ploidy from low-depth NGS data from genotype likelihoods. pic.twitter.com/8GgI2wvvrZ— Matteo Fumagalli (@Matte0Fumagalli) October 14, 2022
New paper out from Korneliussen-group presenting a new feature in the NGS software#ANGSD for fast and accurate multi population analysis on low coverage data. https://t.co/oqOxRuwKjC@mas_sandoval_a @IsinAltinkaya @Matte0Fumagalli Thanks to @Carlsbergfondet for funding #aDNA pic.twitter.com/nURnu533w4— Lundbeck Foundation GeoGenetics Centre (@LFGeoGenetics) May 21, 2022
Very excited to present a new preprint on the Population Genomics of Stone Age Eurasia from @LFGeoGenetics. This huge paper presents 317 new ancient genomes of Mesolithic and Neolithic individuals, to study the Neolithic transition in unprecedented detail!https://t.co/T3LaZeHcdn— Evan Irving-Pease (@EvanIrvingPease) May 5, 2022
I’m delighted to share the preprint for the first paper of my PhD. We present 317 new ancient genomes from the Mesolithic/Neolithic, allowing us to study the major transition from hunter-gathering to farming in Europe. A short thread:https://t.co/FUiXC02Jb2— Will Barrie (@WilliamBarrie) May 7, 2022
@SamueleSoraggi and I present a new member of the ngsTools family: "HMMploidy" for the inference of ploidy levels from low-pass sequencing data. With @IsinAltinkaya O. Tarrant @DrJohannaRhodes @BallouxFrancois and Mat Fisher. Software at https://t.co/y7B8KJfdUH https://t.co/17unsYZY4H pic.twitter.com/U0xqUxS1PZ— Matteo Fumagalli (@Matte0Fumagalli) July 1, 2021