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Code for Genomic and Health-Related Data Sharing

The sharing of scientific, genomic and health-related data for the sake of research is of a fundamental importance in order to provide continuous progress in our understanding of human health and wellbeing. While collaboration...

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DNAdigest Symposium 2014 Summary

This past weekend, DNAdigest organized a Symposium on the topic “Open Science in human genomics research – challenges and inspirations”. The event brought together very interested in the topic and enthusiastic people along with...

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Best practices for Genomic analysis

Nowadays, rare genetic variants begin to be discovered more and more often. And still no clear guidelines for distinguishing disease-causing sequence variants from the many potentially functional variants present in any human genome are...

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Open Science in human genomics research

UPDATE: only few tickets left – do not forget to register https://dnadigestsym2014.eventbrite.co.uk This November 22nd, DNAdigest is organizing a collaborative symposium. The topic of the event will be “Open Science in human genomics research – challenges...

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DNAdigest interviews Nowomics

This week I would like to introduce you to Richard Smith, founder and software developer of Nowomics. He kindly agreed to answer some questions for our post blog series and here it is –...

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Giving research data the credit it’s due

Guest post by Sarah H Carl (@sarahhcarl) In many ways, the currency of the scientific world is publications. Published articles are seen as proof – often by colleagues and future employers – of the...

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DNAdigest interviews NGS logistics

NGS logistics is the next project featured in our blog interviews. We have interviewed Amin Ardeshirdavani who is a PhD student involved in the creation of this web-based application. Take a look at the interview to...

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NIH Policies Improving Data Sharing

Policies put into place by major funding agencies like the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and to a lesser extent by scientific journals, aim to increase the sharing of scientific resources among life science investigators....