CODE OCEAN BLOG
As we mentioned in the previous post on reproducibility, the overall impact here is that data has become a commodity. The challenge when presented with so much data then becomes,
According to Gartner, “Through 2022, 85% of AI projects will deliver erroneous outcomes due to bias in data, algorithms, or the teams responsible for managing them.” That might sound like
Science these days is inseparably linked with computational analysis. All organizations whether small biotechs, large (bio)pharma companies or academic research groups have a computational element to their work that is
I have to admit that I lost track of how many conversations I had last year with computational researchers of all levels and in organizations ranging from tiny to large
Duplicating Compute Capsules in Code Ocean In bioinformatics and computational biology, solid workflows are difficult to set up. Advanced analyses often require several computational environments, different languages and multiple libraries.
How GPU acceleration and Code Ocean Compute Capsules Make Complex Work Flows Faster and Easier Single cell analysis of DNA and RNA is an important method that allows researchers to
Every year I eagerly await the announcement of the Nobel Prizes, especially in the sciences. It is a joyful and special moment to see science celebrated around the world and