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The best automatic transcription tools for journalists | Poynter

November 21, 2017

https://www.poynter.org/news/best-automatic-transcription-tools-journalists

Dampen Noise with Custom-Made Window Inserts

November 21, 2017

https://indowwindows.com/noise-dampening-in-historic-homes

Quantifying the local resolution of cryo-EM density maps | Nature Methods

November 14, 2017

Quantifying the local resolution of #cryoEM density maps
https://www.Nature.com/articles/nmeth.2727 “Theory…based on the following idea: a L Angstrom feature exists at a pt…if a 3D local sinusoid of wavelength L is statistically detectable above noise at that point.”

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We propose a mathematical theory and an efficient algorithm for measuring local resolution that address all of the above limitations. The theory (Online Methods) is based on the following idea: a λ-Å feature exists at a point in the volume if a three-dimensional (3D) local sinusoid of wavelength λ is statistically detectable above noise at that point. A likelihood-ratio hypothesis test of the local sinusoid versus noise can detect this feature at a given P value (typically P = 0.05). We define the local resolution at a point as the smallest λ at which the local sinusoid is detectable, and we account for multiple testing with an FDR procedure.
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Links to “Oncology at the Limits” and TRACERx Consortium

November 5, 2017


Here is a link to the “Oncology at the Limits” Conference which is co-organised between UCL and Yale, …. It will be from
19th to 21st March at the Royal College of Physicians in London.

http://www.thelancet.com/education/at-the-limits/oncology-2017

https://www.atthelimits.org/

The Keynote this year was … about the Lung TRACERx consortium. It is a project which
performs multi-site sampling of tumours to gain an insight into subclonal populations, and also follows up on the presence, expansion or response to therapy of these subclones via circulating-tumour-DNA. …

http://www.thelancet.com/education/at-the-limits/oncology-2017/sequencing-cancer-genomes-and-personalising-cancer-treatments

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Car features

October 28, 2017

Car safety features

Blind Spot Detection
Adaptive Cruise Control, Stop & Go, Low-speed follow
Lane Keep assist
Forward collision & braking
Pedestrian detection
Traffic sign recognition
Cross Traffic Monitor
Cross Traffic Braking
Front & Rear parking sensors
Driver awareness
Bird’s eye camera
Pre-tensioning
Collision avoidance steering
Turn assist
Side assist
Exit warning
Hood pedestrian safety system

Welcome | ScienceHill-CryoEM

October 28, 2017

http://sciencehill-cryoem.yale.edu/
cryoem.yale.edu
https://medicine.yale.edu/ccmi/

Wikipedia shapes language in scientific papers

October 27, 2017

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"Wikipedia is one of the world’s most popular websites, but scientists rarely cite it in their papers. Despite this, the online encyclopedia seems to be shaping the language that researchers use in papers, according to an experiment showing that words and phrases in recently published Wikipedia articles subsequently appeared more frequently in scientific papers"

“Thompson and co-author Douglas Hanley, an economist at the University of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania, commissioned PhD students to write 43 chemistry articles on topics that weren’t yet on Wikipedia. In January 2015, they published a randomized set of half of the articles to the site. The other half, which served as control articles, weren’t uploaded.

Using text-mining techniques to measure the frequency of words, they found that the language in the scientific papers drifted over the study period as new terms were introduced into the field. This natural drift equated to roughly one new term for every 250 words, Thompson told Nature. On top of those natural changes in language over time, the authors found that, on average, another 1 in every 300 words in a scientific paper was influenced by language in the Wikipedia article.”

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#Wikipedia shapes lang. in science https://www.Nature.com/news/wikipedia-shapes-language-in-science-papers-1.22656 Seeding it with new pages & watching them evolve (v ctrls) as a type of soc. expt

Visualizing the molecular sociology at the HeLa cell nuclear periphery | Science

October 26, 2017

http://science.sciencemag.org/content/351/6276/969.long

#Visualizing the molecular sociology [of complexes] at the HeLa cell nuclear periphery, w/ #CryoET at 10 Ang. res. http://science.ScienceMag.org/content/351/6276/969.long

Science. 2016 Feb 26;351(6276):969-72. doi: 10.1126/science.aad8857.
Visualizing the molecular sociology at the HeLa cell nuclear periphery.
Mahamid J1, Pfeffer S2, Schaffer M2, Villa E3, Danev R2, Cuellar LK2, Förster F2, Hyman AA4, Plitzko JM2, Baumeister W1.

GTEx paper

October 22, 2017

Paper about what will be on eGTEx project:
https://www.nature.com/ng/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/ng.3969.html

Gtex Nature
https://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v550/n7675/full/nature24267.html https://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v550/n7675/full/nature24265.html https://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v550/n7675/full/nature24041.html http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v550/n7675/full/nature24277.html

KanbanFlow – Lean project management. Simplified.

October 21, 2017

https://kanbanflow.com/