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Javier, can you change the settings on those albums so that they can be downloaded easily? I'd like to add some of them to the slide show on the CSHL CCB site.
The email addresses are attached.
So, in case you haven't heard from the Facebook group, I have uploaded all of my pictures into 2 picassa web albums. The links are:
Also, I do not have everyone's e-mail. It would be nice to get it from you guys. Greg, if you are still reading this, could you facilitate others e-mails?
...start at 1:30PM tomorrow. Plan on 10 minute talks with 5 minutes for questions. Upload your slides before lunch (at least a draft of the final version).
Click on the following DropBox link to download all the course handouts (630MB).
This is a limited time offer! The site will remain "live" indefinitely, but in a week or so the copyrighted material will be replaced with DOIs.
Here is an example of "stochastic bistability" in a simple gene regulatory network simulated using BioNetS. There is basal transcription of gene product X that positively feeds back on the promoter site as the dimer XX.
by Hugh Kearns and Maria Gardiner.
Following up on a recent conversation...I thought this might be of interest.
...for psuedo-random number sampling:
Also called the "Smirnov transform."
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