[BioRuby] SciRuby (The first BioRuby IRC conference on Dec 19th)
bonnalraoul at ingm.it
Thu Dec 16 17:20:53 UTC 2010
I like your work on statsample.
As others pointed out iterators are the keys so probably we need to invest some time in designg.
Could we organize this math/stat package like a plugin for bioruby, what do you think?
Then about graphics attaching the visualization concept to some object would be great not only static but also for HTML5
+1 for all these topis from me.
Rserve can be used efficiently for parallelization, it's ability to have session and user authentication.
Distributed Programming with Ruby it's a must.
From: Claudio Bustos [mailto:clbustos at gmail.com]
To: John Woods [mailto:john.woods at marcottelab.org]
Cc: Raoul Bonnal [mailto:bonnalraoul at ingm.it], Chris Fields [mailto:cjfields at illinois.edu], bioruby at lists.open-bio.org
Sent: Thu, 16 Dec 2010 04:59:51 +0100
Subject: Re: [BioRuby] SciRuby (The first BioRuby IRC conference on Dec 19th)
I'm Claudio, developer of statsample, rubyvis and rserve-client for
ruby. I will be very happy if I can help in any way in bioruby
Statsample: I'll start a Master on Statistics next year, so the
library will be actively developed. I'm very interested in
implementation of iterator based datasets, to allow statsample process
Rubyvis: I will finish port of all Layout on January, I think. What
about creating a builder for rubyvis to create protovis scripts using
the same set of instructions to create static images?. We can have out
cake and eat it :)
Mg. en Psicología
clbustos at gmail.com
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