bloomsTag: Setting up my virtual environment using virtualenv

** Disclaimer: I don't know python. I'm learning it so I can use a natural language processing library by Stanford, the infamous nltk. ** I have an edition of python installed globally in usr/anaconda3/bin/pythonX. I downloaded it for a class, CPSC 340, which I ended up dropping during the summer, not by choice but due … Continue reading bloomsTag: Setting up my virtual environment using virtualenv

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Sequence Alignment

Reference sequences are stored in .fasta format and are available in databases such as the ones hosted by the NCBI. These reference sequences have no base qualities encoded. >sequence_name details [ATGCATCG...GTACCA] Sequence alignment can be used for: similarity searching infer function, transfer annotations, structure/domain information However it's important to note that identifying true positives (e.g. … Continue reading Sequence Alignment

UBC CPSC 320 Summer 2017 with Geoffrey Tien: Intermediate Algorithm Design

First of all, I think everyone needs to stop with the hate. I've overheard a lot of people talking about 'how bad of a teacher' Geoffrey is and 'how unfair' his exams are. I originally was enrolled in the course during the winter term with Steve Wolfman and I admit that their focus on the … Continue reading UBC CPSC 320 Summer 2017 with Geoffrey Tien: Intermediate Algorithm Design

CS304: Finished

Marking scheme: Finished project is live on gtheatre304.herokuapp.com -- but will probably be taken down due to clearDB database constraints after the demo. Github: https://github.com/hjy0102/GTheatre