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CBOL Data Analysis Working Group (DAWG)

A place for CBOL DAWG members to interact.

Members: 60
Latest Activity: Aug 11

CBOL Data Analysis Working Group

Taken from the CBOL website, the mission of the Data Analysis Working Group is "to explore and develop ways of analyzing barcode data for the purpose of assigning individuals to species, discovering new species, and other appropriate purposes (see DAWG's Program of Work). Moreover, the Data Analysis Working Group will take the lead in developing tools for analyzing barcode data and in making these tools widely available. As the Barcode Database grows, this group will provide an increasingly useful resource for studying the dynamics of genetic variation within and among species. The Data Analysis Working Group invites researchers from population geneticists, statisticians, bioinformaticists, applied mathematicians and computational biologists to join." This Working Group is chaired by Neil Sarkar.

From now on, group messages will be the default mode of communication for the Data Analysis Working Group, so please join if you want to be kept informed on DAWG's latest activities.

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Started by Rasika Bhagwat. Last reply by Rasika Bhagwat Aug 11.

Supervised DNA barcodes species classification: analysis, comparisons and results

Check out my new paper about supervised machine learning methods for DNA Barcode sequences classification. The paper is published in BMC Biodata mining journal and available at…Continue

Started by Emanuel Weitschek Apr 13.

Data analysis using MEGA 5 Replies

Hi all,I am working on DNA barcoding of Dalbergia  in India. Currently, I am analysing the different loci using MEGA 5. My question is while constructing NJ tree which option should I select,…Continue

Started by Rasika Bhagwat. Last reply by Fiona Nelima Mumoki Jul 3, 2012.

Multi locus approach

I am working on land plants, and have just started my barcode activity.As by the recent publication, the multi locus approach for developingthe barcode seems to be the most accepted procedure (though…Continue

Started by Tushar Jul 26, 2010.

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Comment by Jonas Zimmermann on August 24, 2011 at 10:18am

Maybe of interest. Article dealing with barcoding/environmental barcoding in diatoms recently published from our group.

http://www.springerlink.com/content/k625787864247168/

Comment by Mike Trizna on December 3, 2009 at 8:49am
Patricia, if you click on the title of the Discussion post ("Data Portal Standard Formats") the documents are listed under "Attachments".
Comment by patricia landaverde on December 2, 2009 at 4:56pm
sorry!!! where you attached the standars formats documents?
Comment by Meg Fritzsche on November 17, 2009 at 2:20pm
Testing, one, two...
 

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