Harvard Team Develops Scriptome to Help Non-Programmers Handle Perl | GenomeWeb

Like many bioinformatics support teams, the Computational Biology Group at Harvard University's Bauer Center for Genomics Research has its hands full. The team of seven people is responsible for supporting several hundred experimental biologists across all of Harvard — including its medical school and affiliated hospitals — and "we can't write things for all of them every day," said Amir Karger, a bioinformatics programmer in the group.

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