Monthly Archives: June 2014

Network of BioThings: Making PDFs Useful

Recently, Andrew Su of Scripps posted a series of blog entries on the Network of Biothings (NoB) efforts, especially their efforts to uncover use cases that could aid medical research. In a nutshell,”The Network of BioThings aims to structure the … Continue reading

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JavaScript Libraries for Informatics

During our monthly San Diego Informatics Lunch meeting, the topic of conversation was JavaScript libraries for informatics.  Over the past few years the term “thick client application” has gradually morphed from a reference to desktop applications, to JavaScript-heavy browser-based applications.  Driven in … Continue reading

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