Monday, April 13, 2009

A genomic encyclopedia of bacteria and archaea (video of my talk from the JGI user meeting)

My talk at the JGI meeting on "A genomic encyclopedia of bacteria and archaea" is now up at SciVee.  See below:

And the slides are up at Slideshare

And here are Jason Stajich's notes on FriendFeed


  1. Very interesting! Thanks for your talk and for making it available online. I didn't catch it, but which metagenomic datasets did you use in your comparison?

  2. Depends on which part. For some analyses we used a soil metagenome data set (this was used for many of the tests of metagenome annotation and binning). But we are redoing these to include all metagenomic data.


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