Dr K. D. Murray is a scientist specialising in genome-wide investigations of plant evolution to the ecosystems they inhabit
2022-07-20 Conda and bash startup files
Below is an example bash configuration that allows
conda (and other similar tools) to operate in all types of bash shell, including non-interactively.
2022-07-07 Polyglot Jupyterlab setup
A quick-start list of commands for a fully-configured Jupyterlab user install that supports bash, R, and python.
2022-04-05 Use ssh -R to “reverse clone” a git repo
One can use
ssh -R to open a reverse tunnel from a remote back to your local machine, allowing one to use git to clone from your local machine to the remote server.
2022-03-21 Improving QR code recognition: an experimentWith a few very simple and automated image manipulations (scaling, sharpening, and blurring), we can dramatically improve the rate at which barcodes can be recognised.
2022-01-11 Git annex worked example
This is a tutorial for the Weigel group’s difflines project. I use difflines analyses here so that our group has concrete examples to work with. Obviously none of this will work for you as-is if you’re not part of our group, but hopefully this is helpful by analogy.
2021-10-25 Git annex: an aide to collaborative reproducible analyses
Git has been a revolutionary tool for online collaborative software development. Git annex extends git’s abilities to track and share large files in addition to code. Together these tools enable effective collaboration on large bioinformatics analyses.
2021-07-07 Metadata, and how to tame it
AAAARRRRRGH!! Metadata herding remains the most frustrating aspect of genomic metaanalyses. Here are some lessons learned from several large ongoing natural variation genomics (meta)analyses I am involved in.
2021-05-24 Enable conda on NCI’s Gadi
NB: this post has been superseded by my more recent post on conda and bash configuration
Gadi’s shell system and
conda init interact poorly, requiring one to use login shells (
bash -l) in PBS jobs to be able to access
2021-05-06 How to Extract Points From Raster in R
To extract e.g. bioclim variables from worldclim.org raster files, use raster::extract.