As a student or early-career researcher, you may have seen a trend in professional websites created by your peers. You may have wondered whether or not you, yourself, should make one. In this post, I will give you a couple of reasons why you should make a website and give a tutorial on how to do so using GitHub Pages.
Here are some presentation tips that I have used over the years. This post is also for me to put down my thoughts for safekeeping.
The Ruth L. Kirschstein Predoctoral Individual National Research Service Award or the F31 is a predoctoral award that provides a stipend and some research allowances for predoctoral students. It is a fellowship provided by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
In this post, I will detail how to download some raw sequence data from GEO/SRA in fastq format.
The beauty of single-cell RNA-seq is the ability to delineate the cell state of each single-cell. This brings a novel advantage when considering developmental trajectories during organ development or cell differentiation. The reason for this is that biological processes are not always in synchrony.
While the vignette on the Seurat website already provides good instructions, I will be using this to give additional thoughts and details that could help beginners to Seurat. In addition, I will provide some recommendations on the workflow as well.
This is a curated collection of R educational materials for learning R. I will add more as I find them.
In this post, I will be discussing Principal Component Analysis (PCA) and how it can be used in datasets to understand variation with many different variables. Many real-world datasets are often in high dimensions. In otherwords, they contain so many variables that it is difficult to distinguish a trend.
I have been working on single-cell data for almost a year now and I will be using this blog to detail what I have learned along with some tips and tricks.
This is the first post of this blog.