Camelia, the Perl 6 bug

IRC log for #bioruby, 2013-04-23

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04:16 ngoto There is already Bio::Sequence#output(:fastq)
04:20 ngoto example: s = Bio::Sequence.new('atgcatgc'); s.quality_scores = [ 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 ]; print s.output(:fastq, :title=>'test0')
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05:04 ngoto There is already Bio::Sequence#output(:fastq) example: s = Bio::Sequence.new('atgcatgc'); s.quality_scores = [ 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 ]; print s.output(:fastq, :title=>'test0')
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07:11 george_ thanks ngoto
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08:46 raouljpb I have a meeting but I'm working on updating biogem with jeweler...
08:46 raouljpb it would be important if they release a new version of jeweler, they are keeping the same version but the gitrepo has notable improvements
09:16 pjotrp cool!
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14:40 shevy hmm
14:40 shevy pjotrp what would be missing to make bioruby more popular?
15:16 rbuels shevy: Python support?
15:16 rbuels </troll>
15:17 shevy rbuels nah
15:17 shevy I
15:17 shevy dont
15:17 shevy want
15:17 shevy to
15:17 shevy have
15:17 shevy to
15:17 shevy bother
15:17 shevy about
15:17 shevy correct
15:17 shevy indent
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15:36 pjotrp shevy:  that is a difficult one
15:38 pjotrp In a way BioRuby is not the target
15:38 pjotrp biogems have effectively superseded the BioRuby model
15:39 pjotrp also a lot of code in BioRuby itself is wanting
15:40 pjotrp a good biogem can be widely used. Some gems, especially with a good CLI, are pretty popular
15:42 pjotrp if you take the wider biogems, I think we have a rather healthy and growing ecosystem
15:51 pjotrp I measure success in the Bio* projects by functionality added in the last month
15:52 pjotrp Bioinformatics code, in general, has a short shelf live
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16:28 rbuels the core data models don't have a short shelf life.  bioperl is mostly data model, and it's still very widely used
16:36 pjotrp much of BioPerl is crud and out of date
16:37 pjotrp but yes, there is good stuff in it too
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17:22 shevy hmm
17:22 shevy interesting. BioPerl is not as useful anymore?
17:30 pjotrp all Bio* projects have their strengths and weaknesses
17:30 pjotrp but to be honest - I never feel a need to use BioPerl
17:31 pjotrp very rarely I use Biopython
17:31 pjotrp more often R/bioconductor
17:32 pjotrp when I don't have it in Ruby
17:33 pjotrp main message: do not look for one stop solutions
17:51 shevy hehe
17:51 shevy one language to rule them all :)
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