Open sourceror. Digital craftsman of the biodata revolution.
September 17, 2015
visualization evolved using electric sheep
License: all original content CC0, reused content attributed via hyperlink
rising journal subscription costs in the UK
Dissapearing decades: Amazon titles by decade
SPARC identified 70 studies: 46 yes versus 17 no
Definition: a draft of an article that has not yet been peer reviewed for formal publication
Stanford's Biomedical Computation Review mentions our research and preprint 6 months before publication
Domain specific repositories: GEO, dbGaP
Image: The National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
I deserve compensation for any profit derived from my work.
I will judge the success of my work by
"the goal is to collect all research papers ever published, and make them free" [source]
The less effort, the faster and more powerful you will be.
— Bruce Lee
Calligraphy: sho-shin beginner's mind by Hidy Ochiai
# markdown introduction markdown was proposed by [John Gruber in 2004](http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/). It is: + formatting language + no boilerplate + readable in plain text + supports *italics*, **bold**, and `code` + `.md` extension Three websites that use markdown are: 1. GitHub + reddit + Trello
>>> import phd
See Python for the modern biodata scientist for more
See R best practices for more
you will pay in blood for using R
Speed of C, abstraction of Python
For a doctoral example, see CauseMap by Cyrus Maher
Painting on 9' × 5' plywood by Sam Tarling
By Daniel Himmelstein
Presentation to the incoming iPQB students at UCSF on September 17, 2015.