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Rosalind

Before anything else, I think it’s best to start with an update on Zelda.

Zelda returned to the no-kill kitty shelter around Thanksgiving. It was very sad and difficult for Chris and me. 612 more words

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Rosalind in F# - Counting Point Mutations

Counting Point Mutations is next on our list. This problem will explore a function called the Hamming distance which tells you a rough similarity of two input strings, and in the process of implementing it we will learn about another neat utility function built-in to the F# core libraries. 632 more words

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Rosalind in F# - Finding a Motif in DNA

Finding a Motif in DNA is our next problem, exploring the definition of substring. This problem is exceedingly straight forward so we’ll just jump right in to it. 273 more words

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Rosalind in F# - Translating RNA into Protein

Translating RNA into Protein revolves around us taking a DNA/RNA string and using it to create something new – in this case the protein string that is encoded within. 1,306 more words

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Rosalind in F# - Computing GC Content

Computing GC Content introduces us to two new bioinformatics concepts: the FASTA format and GC content. In this post, we’ll look at both and why they’re important, we’ll learn about another way for us to organize our data in F#, and we’ll learn about F#’s ability to play nice with the rest of the .NET world. 1,482 more words

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Day 3 – Voluntary Luggage Disposal and Explorizing! (Part I)

Quick note: The way these posts work is I have wrote most of the post the day it happened or soon after. I am late at posting the posts but imagine they were on the correct day. 720 more words

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Into the unknown - research begins

When I began my research for ‘The Noble Fool’, I chose As You Like It because it was one of my favourite plays. It’s a play I have been in twice and seen on stage five times (three of which were at the Royal Shakespeare Company).  232 more words

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