Notes for NGS Newbies

Before diving in with both feet, next-generation sequencing neophytes might want to take a gander at a post by Dan Koboldt at MassGenomics where he describes his 10 commandments for good next-gen sequencing.

In his post, Koboldt breaks up his instructions into four categories: analysis, publications, data sharing and submissions, and research ethics and cost.

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