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Month: August, 2011

Anaylsing selenocysteine sentence reuse and flow.

31 August, 2011 (11:17) | Annotation Quality, Sentence reuse, Website | By: mj_bell

The sentence “Selenocysteine is encoded by the opal codon.” was previously discussed, having been identified through a network view of sentence usage within Swiss-Prot version 9. Our interest was mainly due to it being present in two entries in different interconnected groups. In that blog entry we looked at the similarities (or lack of) between […]

Producing web-based dynamic graphs

5 August, 2011 (13:05) | Sentence reuse, Uncategorized, Website | By: mj_bell

As part of my work on sentence reuse I have been investigating ways to visualise various sets of data on my website. An obvious requirement of this is that the graphs must be developed dynamically; the resulting graph depending on a users query. We also have to account for various types of data, not just […]