The interactions between tumours and the immune system are highly complex. This article discusses methods — primarily computational tools — for characterizing diverse aspects of cancer–immune cell interactions, including antigen presentation, T cell repertoires and hetero…
— Read on www.nature.com/articles/s41576-019-0166-7
Make It Stick: 5 Steps to Designing a Syllabus That Promotes Recall and Application | Harvard Business Publishing Education
— Read on hbsp.harvard.edu/5-steps-to-designing-a-syllabus-that-promotes-recall-and-application/
May be we can learn a thing or two following this article from Harvars Business School, when designing a curriculum for bioinformatics students or medical students. Example curriculum included in the article above.
If you want to set proxy server using RStudio, you might google and land on RStudio support site. However, the obvious solution might not be clear, so I have blogged about it almost 10 years ago.
Today, the solution still comes in handy.
So, to unset the proxy this time, simply do the following!
Found this map from several years ago when Bangkok was flooded in 2011. From time to time, I’ve looked at this map to help evaluate the risk of future flooding for the areas that consider to buy a house.
I took some space in the my local storage, so I decided may be a public file sharing domain might better do the job storing the file for me and allowing future access with ease.
So here it is the map of flooded Bangkok areas in 2011
The world is not linear.
Most of the time you need multiple variables.
Sometimes you would need a square, a cube, or even a log.
Even with lots of trials, it might still be difficult to fit in.
And, if you try to hard, you might end up being too over-fitting.
After all, it is quite a curvaceous world.
Accidentally stumbling upon this paper about the Mexican genome study.
The Mexican people have already ventured into their genome since 2009! Analysis of genomic diversity in Mexican Mestizo populations to develop genomic medicine in Mexico, published in PNAS 2009.
Although the sample size was not very big and the genotypes were done on a platform with only 100000 SNPs, they started this nine years already.
Anonymous blood samples from 300 non-related and self-defined Mestizos and 30 Amerindian Zapotecos were collected in 7 states in Mexico: Guanajuato, Guerrero, Sonora, Veracruz, Yucatan, Zacatecas, and Oaxaca (ZAP). Genotyping was performed according to the Affymetrix 100K SNP array protocol…
May be there are several other publications coming out after this one?