24 March 2011

The ultimate Bioinformatics “Cheat Sheet”

The following question was recently asked on Biostar:
inspired by Keith Robison's post on "cheat sheets", what would you put on a cheat sheet for bioinformatics? This might include one-line scripts, conversion factors, handy rules of thumb, etc...

well, here is my 'cheat sheet': ;-)







That's it,

Pierre

(arrows are from wikimedia-commons )

8 comments:

Chris_Evelo said...

Are you sure you need both arrows? I think it is a little bit overcomplicated like this.

Pierre Lindenbaum said...

Yes, I need those arrows: I'm dyslexic. :-)

Mathgon said...

Really funny. Is it open source?

Pierre Lindenbaum said...

@Mathgon: yes it is ;-) https://gist.github.com/885871

Pascal said...

Thanks Pierre, this is amazingly useful !

Here's my 2-cents contribution, a text version of your cheat sheet:

5' <- -> 3'

Pascal

Dotan Dimet said...

The first arrow (<-) actually makes this cheat sheet 50% less useful.

Anonymous said...

Excellent. Amusing. But having dual arrows on separate strands would help avoid the 3'-to-5' impossibility depicted on sld17 in your NGS presentation on slideshare.

Ashish Kumar said...

That's really very nice!!!