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Joshua G. Schraiber
Evolution, statistics, software, slacktivism
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Joshua G. Schraiber 1h
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Joshua G. Schraiber 2h
Replying to @DoctorZen
If comic sans is good enough for announcing the Higgs boson, it's good enough for me!
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Joshua G. Schraiber 12h
Replying to @rdhernand
That was a very strange game, basically alternating blow outs in each quarter. Somehow the microevolutionary dynamics within a game mimicking the macroevolutionary dynamics of the series across games ;-)
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Jedidiah Carlson 18h
What started as a bunch of stray tweets 2 years ago has evolved into a project that has fundamentally reshaped how I think about, communicate, and do research, and I got to talk to about it.
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Matthew Stephens 23h
new from my lab, aRchaic, software for clustering and visualizing damage patterns in ancient DNA
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Joshua G. Schraiber 22h
Replying to @HockenberryAdam
Honestly I've never really used any one-number summaries of PR curves. I think that you gain so much from just looking at the whole plot and the cost is minimal usually.
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Joshua G. Schraiber 23h
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Joshua G. Schraiber May 22
Counterintuitive result! I'm looking forward to reading the paper.
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Rajiv McCoy May 21
Very excited to share the news that I'll be joining the Dept. of Biology as an assistant professor this July! Looking forward to working with amazing JHU colleagues like . Can't wait to get started!
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Joshua G. Schraiber May 21
What? That's ridiculous.
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Pleuni Pennings May 18
I am making plots of sweeps and other evolutionary dynamics in HIV.
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(Fred)erick Matsen May 21
Teaching at ; motivating continued relevance of phylogenetic comparative method using the beautiful take-down of recent work by : (h/t )
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Magnus Nordborg May 21
This looks very interesting, but I frankly do not understand how it possible to publish Y vs mtDNA comparisons in 2018 without comparing X vs autonomes as well. (Yes, this is what my signed review would say)
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Melissa Wilson Sayres May 20
The Karmin paper inferred the male-specific bottleneck and not a similar female-specific reduction. But didn’t have autosomal or X to distinguish between many models. It’s something I’d like to get back to. :)
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Joshua G. Schraiber May 20
Replying to @rdhernand
If he stays in 3rd quarter mode I might have to recant my faith in the Rockets
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Joshua G. Schraiber May 20
Replying to @rdhernand
Hahaha I actually missed the game and it looks like Steph went totally crazy! Must have been amazing. Will any of these games not be blowouts??
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Joshua G. Schraiber May 20
Replying to @Graham_Coop @sexchrlab
Didn't have a paper showing that you need a lot of purifying selection on the Y to explain levels of diversity? Not sure how it relates to this paper tho
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Catherine Oakley May 19
“What did I find when I joined a university? Poor mental health, huge workloads, ego-driven professors and rampant plagiarism.” 🙌🏻
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Shoumita Dasgupta May 19
Definitely agree that to fully realize the transformative power of genetics in the practice of medicine, we need to make some changes in how medical students interact with the discipline. .
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strategy consultant May 18
Replying to @Trillburne
I think a lot about something told me once: deep down, everyone hates their boss. we should be reminding people that politics can weaken their boss’s power over them. Absent the common knowledge that work blows, this is the kind of bizarre shit we get.
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