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Hi all!
I'm a bioinformatician.

I'm originally from the south of France, but now living in Stockholm.

I'm developing an open-source analysis pipeline to detect germline or somatic variants from whole genome sequencing.

I'm interested in cancer, large-scale data integration, automation, containerization, reproducibility and visualization.

More about me here:

Does anyone have suggestions for accounts posting in French? I'm looking for reasons to read more French

More Masto etiquette

Content Warnings may be new to many of you

Try to think of them as being similar to the Subject line of an email

They're not censorship; they're not a punishment; they're not something that need only be applied in cases where the content is very offensive

They're a piece of meta-data that it is polite to provide and that you're expected to supply in certain cases to help others to decide whether/when to engage with your post

#LGBT #luttes

Comme mon passe-temps est de clasher les homophobes sur Twitter, je me suis rendu compte qu'ils n'étaient pas du tout au courant de la loi française.

Alors j'ai rapidement bricolé ça.

C'est dans le domaine public, servez-vous.

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Hey! Dear Bioinformaticians and others Bioinfomagicians, I'm looking for anyone that could help me find someone who worked on I'm trying to figure out scripts to redo that... It's an I hope that someone gets my

Coucou les meufs de mastodon en région parisienne ! @alice et moi on propose de coacher 4 meufs pour apprendre python et la sécurité informatique (on alternerait l'un et l'autre pour que ça décante) ! Les modalités sont à définir avec les participantes (dates/lieux/qui fait quel gâteau).
Boost immensément appréciés !

Les fêtes approchent !
Vous allez sûrement être mis à contribution pour dépanner un PC sous Windows 🤮

Voici une checklist de Timo pour être plus efficace:

Me, running desperately to the department of biology


A grad student removes her goggles, presses her fingers to her temples, and increments the large and ornate "people who have suggested the Hackintosh pun" sign by one

Anyone else having an issue trying to run VEP inside a Singularity container?

Quand Twitter te trolle...

(bon en même temps, ils ont fait ce qu'ils ont dit)

I just realized how refreshing it is not to have all of my Mastodon clicks go through or or or whatever. 🎉

Confession: I haven't written a bibliography by hand in about 5 years (thanks Zotero ❤️ )

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Vous voyez Alpine ? Sisi, le truc utilisé partout pour toutes les images Docker du monde ou presque.
Ben… Voilà 😂

If I see you in my follower list I'll be less inclined to reject your paper. That's just how objective a grumpy reviewer I am.

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