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Exploring San Francisco Bay Area’s Bike Share System

September 9, 2018
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Exploring San Francisco Bay Area’s Bike Share System

Congested streets and slow-crawling traffic are a fact of life in many metropolitan areas, such as New York City, Los Angeles, and Chicago. Bike sharing is an innovative solution for such problems, and it works by dispersing a large fleet of publicly-available bikes throughout crowded cities for personal transport. Implemented in 2013, Ford GoBike is Related Post Analysis and Visualization...

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Proteomics Data Analysis (2/3): Data Filtering and Missing Value Imputation

August 28, 2018
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Proteomics Data Analysis (2/3): Data Filtering and Missing Value Imputation

Welcome to Part Two of the three-part tutorial series on proteomics data analysis. The ultimate goal of this exercise is to identify proteins whose abundance is different bewteen the drug-resistant cells and the control. In other words, we are looking for a list of differentially regulated proteins that may shed light on how cells escape Related Post Clean Your Data...

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Proteomics Data Analysis (1/3): Data Acquisition and Cleaning

August 9, 2018
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Proteomics Data Analysis (1/3): Data Acquisition and Cleaning

The analysis of DNA and RNA, the blueprint of life and its carbon copy, has become a staple in the burgeoning field of molecular biology. An emerging and exciting area of study that adds another dimension to our understanding of cellular biology is that of proteomics. The use of mass spectrometry has enabled the identification Related Post Accessing Web Data...

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