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Back in . Not certain, but I think black fly season might finally be over

Looking for recommendations for sharing: considering pro, but could put the money into extra storage for on instead. Or something else - any suggestions?

Tired: Disney+
Wired: Undoing the fucking damage Disney has done to our culture, copyright, and the public domain.

Flexstep, l'escalier qui se transforme en ascenseur pour les chaises roulantes.

Today's lesson: '23e' is invalid in code, but read.table recognizes it as the number '23e0'. Which is where my morning went.

spent the morning delivering a 'reject without review' :/ Not a great start to the week.

Requests for predictions for the Canadian election tomorrow 🇨🇦 ✅ :BoostOkay: 

It is the last day!

Let me know what you think the outcome of the election will be using the tool at the following link:

Thank you for participating! :D

is becoming a lifesaver for me. Being able to write almost any document in an easy and simple format of my choosing, and still being able to convert it to almost any other format? Yes please

I'm pleased to release my R package for converting between different reference electrode scales (SHE, silver-silver chloride, mercury chloride and more). Package on Github and write-up on my blog. Check it out! Any and all feedback very welcome (toot, open an issue, or comment on my site using 🙂

Yikes. OS X Catalina broke the ability to flash Arduinos with ATMega32u4s and the Caterina bootloader. (That's most Arduinos.)

Gawk, bioinformatics 

Why they include cleanly formatted csv tables mixed together with free-format metadata I don't understand. Nice to remind myself of awk syntax, but certain to break with the next STACKS release :/

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Gawk, bioinformatics 

Today's lesson in bioinformatics: extracting csv tables from STACKS output:

awk '$2 == "Filename" , /^$/ { print }' process_radtags.BaseCalls.log > coverage.csv

Skips to the line with Filename in the second column, and then prints every line until the next blank line.

For fun here is the tail end of a time lapse I had running while piecing this together.

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Left hand side of the ErgoDox populated! A bit tedious but nothing difficult.

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