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The original human genome was sequenced over 15 years with a multi billion dollar budget. This talk describes how Ruby and Rails are helping sequence the next 1000 genomes in the next 15 months.

The original human genome was sequenced over 15 years with a multi billion dollar budget. This talk describes how Ruby and Rails are helping sequence the next 1000 genomes in the next 15 months.

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Genomes On Rails Genomes On Rails Presentation Transcript

  • Genomes on Rails has_many :sequences
  • Hello
  • ➊ Previously ➋ Production ➌ Process
  • ➊ Previously
  • The human genome 15 years to decode 3 billion letters
  • $3 billion
  • $3 billion ++
  • Race for the prize
  • Open data
  • Open source
  • Perl
  • Lots of Perl
  • Lots of Perl ~4500 modules
  • Onwards!
  • 40 species