>”The best laid schemes o’ mice an’ men / Gang aft a-gley.” – Robert Burns
Well, ok, I don’t speak 18-th century Scots, but I fully understand the sentiment. I have several major things in the works, and yet, I’m suffering from a bad cold and sore throat. So, the FindPeaks manual is going to be delayed a few days. I guess I’m not the only one working on it, but I defintely have plans for it.
Anyhow, between the FindPeaks manual, some new FindPeaks features, a poster abstract and two papers I’m working on, I have enough on my plate – but just don’t have the energy to get it all done. Damn colds! They always get you just as the stress level starts to rise.
Anyhow, Thanks to tcezard (Tim), who’s taking on an ever increasing role on the FindPeaks work, FindPeaks 3.2.1 was tagged today. Development is so much faster when people work together!
I thought I’d also go one further today, and add a plug in for a very cool technology that hasn’t (to my knowledge) gotten much coverage – ODF@WWW. As a scientist who uses wikis and blogs, this has to be one of the best applications I’ve seen of extending the wiki concept. This has the ability to change the way scientists communicate data, and allow wikis to be incorporated into environments where they previously were “too complex to be useful.” Of course, more people have to adopt ODF before this will really take off, but with applications like this, it’s only a matter of time. (Yay open formats for making this possible!)