Monthly Archives: May 2012

Synapse Now Open Source

I am happy to announce that all Synapse source code is now posted on the Sage Bionetworks GitHub site.  Of course, since Sage is a non-profit institute focused on promoting open science you might fairly ask why this is news … Continue reading

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Are You My Data?

A couple of weeks ago I visited UCSC as part of a workshop titled “Are you my Data?” organized by Jenny Reardon of UCSC Office of Research.  UCSC is becoming the major center in the US for hosting cancer-related genomics … Continue reading

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99% Perspiration

Recently I’ve been having a lot of conversations about how to create incentives for open science.  As we continue to make progress on the technical challenges around open data and collaborative analytics it’s becoming ever more apparent that changing the … Continue reading

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