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He tapped a few keys to check his naughty and nice database, and yes indeed, the bioinformatics kids had been very good this year. They’d cleaned up so many messes — half-finished genomes, noisy microarrays, unreliable protein interactions — with hardly a complaint. This was a gift he’d gladly bring down the chimney.

 

There’s a friendly tradition for sharing source code in the bioinformatics software development community.

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