How to get the data from a bacterial genomics paper (ENA style)

This post is about reproducing analysis from a paper, the first step in this is obviously get the data. In this case, the data is from the Sanger and the primary I’m interested in Salmonella Typhimurium ST313, a potentially invasive strain that is possibly in the process of genome reduction leading to human host restriction.…

Another reason academics should have twitter

I had two experiences recently┬áthat I’m sure many other people who use twitter have also had. I was reading about the poisson distribution and there was a great set of lecture notes from a Prof at Oxford University (which are on the first page of google results for ‘poisson distribution’). However, there seems to have…