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Monthly Archives: March 2011
I’ve made squinty eyes at enough ADMIXTURE charts by now that I’m starting to see the trends that keep popping up under different types of runs (reference populations, K numbers, etc). While things begin to break down at high K … Continue reading
I’m emerging from the Spring Break Cave of Sickness and Solitude to let you know that The Open Laboratory 2010: The Best of Science Writing on the Web is now available for purchase. You can buy a dead-tree version for … Continue reading
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I was going to tweet this but it was too long so I decided to make it a blog post instead. I am getting really annoyed with people mocking Newt Gingrich and twisting his words to say his cheating was … Continue reading
I’m starting to think that the average American has no clue what ecology is all about, as a discipline. Example 1: In undergrad, I worked at an ice cream parlor, and there was a woman who was one of our … Continue reading
Here’s another ADMIXTURE analysis of my heritage that uses the same K=12 but with different sample populations for comparison. You can compare this to my prior post to see how my admixture has ‘changed’. This is a good illustration of … Continue reading