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Friday 09/26/14

12:15 pm – 12:45 am Presentation prep (rehearsing presentation, 10a-12p) put in real DAMID data for epignetic borders. wrote script to smooth and normalize chromatin profiles revising presentation based on feedback 95% confidence bounds are too bright, not enough contrast … Continue reading

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Protected: project 2, annotating data

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Thursday 09/25/14

8:15 am – 7:00 pm, remotely 10:00 pm – 12:00 am Project 2 double-checking and documenting results from yesterday. (see posts) planning discussion with Jeff (see email) Presentation Prep Rewriting STORM simulation from input data working on slide layout

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Protected: project 2, progress update, 09/25/14

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Wednesday 09/24/14

9:30 am – 12:45 am project 2 working on data analysis, see post.

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Protected: project 2 notes: 09/24/14

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Protected: project 2: meeting notes 09/24/14

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Tuesday 09/23/14

10:00am – 12:45 am project 2 working on data analysis. see posts from today and tomorrow.

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Monday 09/22/14

8:45 am – 4:30 pm, 10:30 pm – 11:30 pm Chromatin project planning discuss multicolor and sequential coding schemes to incorporate with STORM tracing copied some data sets of polymer simulations in various compacted states for Bogdan to test algorithm … Continue reading

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Saturday 09/20/14

12:00 pm – 11:30 pm multi-color epigenetic/structural boundaries finalizing implementation / tests of the Bogdan’s Christofides TS algorithm for matlab fixed some memory allocation issues, installed MinGW windows compiler in software to compile c code. Runs nicely. (Matlab may require … Continue reading

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