I have been invited to give a talk at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Biological Data Science meeting (#biodata18) November 7-10. My talk is preliminarily titled “Building an automated bioinformatician—More accurate, large-scale genomic discovery using parameter advising”.
I will be giving a talk at the StringBio Workshop at UCF at the end of October. The workshop runs from the 25th to the 27th. I am scheduled to talk on the 26th in the afternoon. I am planning to talk about multiple sequence alignment accuracy estimation using Facet in the context of parameter advising. I will post slides when I can.
My colleague Guillaume Marçais is also speaking at the meeting, likely about methods related to minimizer ordering (some of which is joint with myself, Carl Kingsford, and others).