Open Position – Masters Thesis
If you are a Masters student in the Marburg/Gießen area, you might be interested in this: We have an open project available as a Masters Thesis, which focuses on DNA sequence classification using recently discovered machine learning approaches such as Random Forests and SVMs with string kernels.
Dr. Kieran Cashin (Burnet Institute / RMIT University, Australia) visited our group for two weeks. This collaboration is supported by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) under the ATN-DAAD Joint Research Co-operation Scheme.
Open Projects for Bachelors and Masters Theses
Currently, we have two open research projects for Bachelor or Master students: One is focused on finding socio-economic factors that impact biodiversity of European lakes based on the lakes GPS information. This project is intended for a Bachelor student. In the other project, the student will automate and adapt methods for the prediction of replication…
Talk at PEI
Dominik gave a talk on „Bioinformatics for viral quasispecies analyes“ at the Paul Ehrlich Institute in Langen.
Work in progress…
Only a few days left until our new (additional) offices will be ready! Looking forward…
Open positions in Marburg
Heiderlab is now part of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Marburg. Currently we have open positions for PhD students and Postdocs at the University of Marburg. Please send your application as a single PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org
Splitting a comma separated string into individual rows
Today I got the problem that I my data looks like this: col1 col2 col3 A B a,b,c C D c,d,e but I wanted to have something like that: col1 col2 col3 A B a A B b A B c C D c C D d C D e Using awk was the fastest…
Heart Guard DX
We launched our crowdfunding project Heart Guard DX! Please support our project (financially, and by broadcasting the url via facebook, twitter, etc.)
I recently checked my Erdös number and it seems that it is 4. But what does that mean? First, Paul Erdös was a mathematician and he published really a lot of scientific papers (>1500) together with a large and broad number of peers. If you want to study connectivity among researchers, you could plot each…