Monthly Archives: September 2009

¡Data Liberation, si!

Google [disclosure: a former employer] introduces the Data Liberation Front to ensure that all its services have simple data export functionality. Brad Fitzpatrick says: What does product liberation look like? Said simply, a liberated product is one which has built-in … Continue reading

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Genome data at NCBI

The National Center for Biotechnology Information (U.S.) has a nice online viewer for the genomes of many organisms, including Homo sapiens. The human genome has just over 3 billion base pairs in about 25 thousand genes. This is a large … Continue reading

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