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Software development for the analysis of high-throughout sequencing data for non-model species
Project based at
Silwood Park (Imperial)
In this project the student will participate in the development, testing, and application of a software package our team is designing to analyse low-quality DNA sequencing data. The software is written in Julia language and it is available at https://github.com/mfumagalli/ngsJulia. Two main packages relate to the analysis of pooled-seq data and to process polyploid genomes. Applications will include analyses of genomic data from plants, fungi or fish.
good programming skills and attitude and willing to learn to program in Julia (https://julialang.org/)
additional help in population genetics will be offered
Selection and eligibility
independent learning of Julia is required