Check Out the Pritchard Lab’s Human Genome Diversity Project Selection Browser

The Pritchard lab has put up an awesome new interface to query the data from the Human Genome Diversity Project, the HDGP Selection Browser. This is browser is phenomenal. You may have known about a previous iteration, Haplotter, also made by the Pritchard lab, which isn't too user friendly and restricted to only data from... Continue Reading →

Episode 1: A ScreenCast Tutorial On How-To Do A Multiple Sequence Alignment & Draw A Phylogenetic Tree Using Swami

The last time I did a little tutorial on how to use bioinformatic tools in anthropological research was last October. I've had some ideas since then and have decided to restart this project. The biggest change is the screencast format, rather than a set of static instructions. Today, I'd like to introduce you to the... Continue Reading →

Hominin Database

I just mentioned that I've been out of the loop. Aside from banging my head against the desk over Aaron Filler's paper, I've also been developing the framework to a database of hominin fossil remains. I'd like to share it with you in this post. I've creatively named the project, Hominin Database. I coulda gone... Continue Reading →

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