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@d12fee30
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Hello community!

I am the author of several software programs including this astronomy program: https://winstars.net/en I recently had the opportunity to participate in the activities of a neuroscience laboratory in Madrid. I learned how to use Bioconductor and I would like to participate in the development of new features (if possible). The researchers in the lab complain about the slowness of these tools when used on simple PCs. So I wonder if it would not be interesting to integrate Cuda in some indexing packages, I think of Bowtie2 or Salmon for example... (there is a version of bowtie2 that works with cuda, but it seems old). But the task would be very complex I guess. There are simpler things to do, like creating a wrapper for Salmon or something like that. What do you think would be useful to do at this moment for Bioconductor users?

With my thanks,

Franck

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@d12fee30
Last seen 11 months ago
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Ok ! thanks shepherl

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