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For the past 6 months or so, I've been working with a team of people on a project called the Common Fund Data Ecosystem. This is a ..read more
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tl;dr? Compare and cluster two collections of 1000+ metagenome-assembled genomes in a few minutes with sourmash! A week ago, someone e- ..read more
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(and/or how to run effective teleconferences!) I participate in a lot of teleconferences, and some of them aren't very participatory, for ..read more
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For the NIH Data Commons, we needed a way for 10 distinct teams to do reporting at the level of about 50-100 milestones per team, on a ..read more
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Can I use comments from other people's prior reviews when reviewing a submission to a new journal? I just had the dispiriting experience of ..read more
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So I was talking to someone about how we think about benchmarking and developing sourmash, and then it got long and kind of interesting, so ..read more
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For the past month, I've been consumed in writing and submitting a grant for the NHGRI Human Genome Reference Center funding opportunity. ..read more
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You may recall that about a year and a half ago, I got involved in the NIH Data Commons. Between then and now, we built a project execution ..read more
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The "Critical Assessment of Open Science" meeting, or CAOS, was convened by Sage Bionetworks in New Orleans in early February. About 30 ..read more
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I just finished a day at the SIAM CSE 2019 conference, where I gave a talk as part of a mini-symposium on software sustainability (my ..read more

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