When is a Bad Plate Bad?

When running a high-throughput screen, one usually deals with hundreds or even thousands of plates. Due to the vagaries of experiments, some plates will not be ervy good. That is, the data will be of poor quality due to a variety of reasons. Usually we can evaluate various statistical quality metrics to asses which plates […]

Oracle Notes

Some handy settings when running a query from the command line via sqlplus set echo off set heading on set linesize 1024 set pagesize 0 set tab on set trims on set wrap off — might want to set column formats here — e.g.: column foo format A10 spool stats — dump results to stats.lst […]

The Move is Complete

The move to Rockville is complete and I’ve started work at the NCGC. This week has been a bit hectic what with setting up house and getting up to speed at work. But I’m really excited with the stuff that’s going on here – lots of interesting projects in various areas of chemical biology and […]