Monthly Archives: July 2010
We want to use maps and data to analyze the ecology of the dengue disease.
A snapshot from genedoc
So far, the google docs file format has me scratching my head. Gapminder was a treat. Incoporating it into courses in a way that is relevant to course content will be a challenge. Capturing pdb images, manipulating and highlihgting functional … Continue reading
Our group is Debra, Robin, and Becky. Our question focuses on visualization of gene expression data. This data comes from NCBI for one gene (Cola5A2) and contains 6-7 samples from Alzheimer’s patients with varying severity (incipient, moderate, and severity) and … Continue reading
this is to visualize gene expression in response to treatment. Condition 1 is the control and condition 2 is the expression level after treated with a drug.
Group Members: Mark Pauley, Srebrenka Robic, Rafael Tosado Project: Our group plans o develop a spreadsheet to help students visualize basic sequence alignments. Specifically, the spreadsheet would calculate the score of an alignment between two entered sequences. The values in … Continue reading
Here is the GapMinder assignment. Go to gapminder.org. Select a category for the y axis. Select time on the x axis. Run the simulation. Now visulize the data in your own way. trace on or more countries using trails change … Continue reading
The time is unreversible…
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