User: Mark Dunning

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Senior Bioinformatics Analyst & Training co-ordinator at CRUK, Cambridge University

Bioinformatics Core Director, University of Sheffield from October 2017

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Job: Sheffield Bioinformatics Core Analyst
... The Bioinformatics Core at The University of Sheffield is looking for an Analyst. If best-practice Bioinformatics and reproducible research is your thing, check-out the full details below:- http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BDQ610/sheffield-bioinformatics-core-analyst/   ...
job data analyst bioinformatics core written 3 months ago by Mark Dunning1.0k
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Job: Sheffield Bioinformatics Core Analyst
... The Bioinformatics Core at The University of Sheffield is looking for an Analyst. If best-practice Bioinformatics and reproducible research is your thing, check-out the full details below:- http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BBM484/sheffield-bioinformatics-core-analyst/ ...
job data analyst uk bioinformatics core written 6 months ago by Mark Dunning1.0k
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Answer: A: beadarray: readIllumina with sample sheet broken due to Illumina switching to 12
... Hi Simon, So sorry for taking so long to get around to this. Did fixing the misplaced parentheses work for you? I'm afraid I don't have access to data where the chip IDs are 12 digits. If you could share some with me I would be able to test the code. Regards, Mark ...
written 6 months ago by Mark Dunning1.0k
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Answer: A: Normalization of Illumina Microarray Data
... The "raw data" for this dataset seem to be the annotation files for the arrays, and not the raw intensities at all. So not helpful for analysis. However, you can use the GEOquery package to import the normalised intensities library(GEOquery) remotefile <- "ftp://ftp.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/geo/series ...
written 8 months ago by Mark Dunning1.0k
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News: Course: Analysis of RNA-seq and ChIP-seq data, March 29th - April 1st, Oeiras, Portugal
... Hi all, Registration is open for a four-day workshop on the analysis of RNA- and ChIP-seq data in Bioconductor in the pleasant surroundings of Oeiras (nr Lisbon) Portugal. We will be covering the basics of NGS analysis in Bioconductor, quality assessment of NGS data and workflows for RNA-seq and Ch ...
news workshop course written 20 months ago by Mark Dunning1.0k
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News: F1000 research sponsored prize for contribution to Support forum
... Hi all, Just to let you know that during the European Bioconductor Developers meeting next week, a prize will be awarded to the individual with greatest contribution to this support forum. The prize is being sponsored by F1000 research, who as you probably know recently launched a dedicated Biocon ...
news written 23 months ago by Mark Dunning1.0k
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Comment: C: biomaRt package problem
... Ooops. Sorry didn't see that. Thanks Mark ...
written 24 months ago by Mark Dunning1.0k
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Comment: C: biomaRt package problem
... Any news on this yet? I'm getting the same problem :/ ...
written 24 months ago by Mark Dunning1.0k
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Answer: A: European Bioconductor Developers Meeting: Cambridge 7/8th December 2015
... Hi Phil, Sorry, it will be an 09:30 start on the Monday. This is so that we can finish early on the Tuesday to allow people to catch flights back etc. The timetable will be announced very shortly along with a list of invited speakers. Best wishes, Mark ...
written 2.1 years ago by Mark Dunning1.0k
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News: European Bioconductor Developers Meeting: Cambridge 7/8th December 2015
... Hi all, We are pleased to announce that that European Bioconductor Developers Conference will take place in Cambridge, England from 7th-8th December 2015. The meeting is aimed at bioinformaticians, programmers and software engineers who contribute to the Bioconductor project, or are interested in ...
news workshop developers conference written 2.2 years ago by Mark Dunning1.0k • updated 2.1 years ago by Laurent Gatto840

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Appreciated 23 months ago, created a post with more than 5 votes. For F1000 research sponsored prize for contribution to Support forum
Appreciated 2.1 years ago, created a post with more than 5 votes. For European Bioconductor Developers Meeting: Cambridge 7/8th December 2015
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