I note - I tried using Google Image search (see a discussion of how to do this here) and it finds some other versions of this cartoon online but none of them have a source for it either.
So - does anyone out there know where this came from?
In 1997, my then girlfriend (now wife) and I went camping in Death Valley. It was our fourth trip there to camp in grad. school. I brought m...
a google search for the text yields this:
interesting ... for some reason my google search with the text did not find that ... but I would bet the cartoon went with that articleReplyDelete
I always thought it was when your acronym was used in papers, sans citation (PCR, BLAST, etc)ReplyDelete
The Other Jim
Referomics...citomics....no, no, that way lies madness!!ReplyDelete
TinEye yields nothing:ReplyDelete
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funny that the crusade to end the use of bad-omics has become c-omicsReplyDelete
Having something named after you. Smith-Waterman algorithm. Dayhoff matrix. Krebs cycle. Mendelian inheritance. And, of course, eisenomics http://eisenomics.wordpress.com/ReplyDelete
One I am waiting to see is "fam-omics"...as we're seeing that, at least for now, taking a good family history is about as informative as any genome wide scan for complex diseasesReplyDelete
Did you use Google images?ReplyDelete
I recently went to a talk on "extracellular matridomics": the study of all the components of the extracellular matrix. (So why not just say that you study the extracellular matrix?)ReplyDelete