Monthly Archives: July 2013

Adventures With Qiime Part 1

So I’m in the process of learning how to use Qiime (pronounced ‘Chime,’ don’t ask me why). Qiime is a powerful program that can do many, many things, but I’m primarily using it to sort 16s reads and assign them … Continue reading

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Well, time to get this show on the road! Hello, I’m Hannah. I’m a fourth year undergraduate studying Biochemistry, Bioinformatics and History (for fun!) at the University of California, Davis. I’m currently working in the Eisen lab so you can … Continue reading

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