How is genomic data processed?
Genomic Data Processing Overview
Sequence data is aligned (or realigned) to the latest human genome reference. The resulting alignments are then processed to produce derived data. The alignment and derived data are available to users via the GDC Data Portal. Array data is processed using data type specific methods.
What is genomic data mining?
Large-scale genomic data mining is thus the process of using many (potentially diverse) datasets, often from public repositories, to address a specific biological question.
What is the difference between bioinformatics and data science?
Bioinformatics focuses on parsing and analyzing biological data, while data science is a much broader field that can analyze data from any number of sources, like sales or financial markets.
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