Syntax highlighting for computational biology. [ Sublime submodule ]
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Syntax highlighting for computational biology to bring you intuitively close to your data.
Support in vim, less, sublime3 & gedit for
.bed files & more.
We'd like to know how bioSyntax can be developed to help your workflow. Tell us what you think! (~5m)
- Find out how you can contribute!
- Date: May 10 - May 11 (9:00 am - 5:00 pm PST)
- On-Site Location: Mozilla Vancouver, #209-163 W Hastings St, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H5, Canada (NOTE: No on-site parking available)
- Join us for the pre-Sprint Demo Call on Tuesday, May 8, 16:00 UTC to learn more about the project!
CONTACT: - Project Lead: Alyssa Fegen (alyssafegen at alumni.ubc.ca); will be on-site - Slack Channel (NOTE: Invite link expires on May 13; contact dev team for invites subsequently) - Discord Server (NOTE: Invite link expires on May 13; contact dev team for invites subsequently)
bioSyntax integrates seamlessly with your text editor, recognizing data-type by the file extension or streamed into
To gain the most insight from your data, read our brief bioSyntax Manual.
samtools view -h NA19238.bam | sam-less -
Code of Conduct
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