Late night thoughts of a jet-lagged phylogeneticist

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Talk I gave as a "provocateur" at a NSF Ideas Lab on the tree of life

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    1. 1. @rdmpageLate night thoughts of a jet- lagged phylogeneticist http://iphylo.blogspot.com
    2. 2. Why aren’t we there yet?
    3. 3. http://vimeo.com/26210611There is no “map of life”
    4. 4. @rdmpage
    5. 5. Can we have a set of coordinates for the tree of life?
    6. 6. Seeing the forest
    7. 7. I want a Flickr for phylogeny
    8. 8. @blaiseaguera
    9. 9. (data from http://phylota.net and GenBank)My treeTrees like thisWhere is this tree?Other trees near here
    10. 10. Beyond trees
    11. 11. What do insects live on? Host info from GenBanksequence
    12. 12. What lives on insects?
    13. 13. http://iphylo.blogspot.com/2011/03/visualising-symbiome-hosts-parasites.html
    14. 14. Connecting the tree to other data
    15. 15. The Semantic web: “The future of the web… and always will be” – Peter Norvig
    16. 16. There are only three numbers in computer science: 0, 1, n @stefanomazhttp://www.betaversion.org/~stefano/linotype/news/304/
    17. 17. Links built by community, editable, versioned
    18. 18. Wikis
    19. 19. GeneWikiHuss et al. 2008 doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.0060175
    20. 20. http://iphylo.org/linkout
    21. 21. When building shared resources carrots beat sticks
    22. 22. Carrots beat sticks
    23. 23. To build community resource ensure you have an answer for this: “what’s in it for me?”

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