Genetic Engineering News: Managing Data from Next-Gen Sequencing

16 Apr 2008 Genetic Engineering News: Managing Data from Next-Gen Sequencing

Bill Van Etten has a piece in the April 2008 issue of Genetic Engineering News.

Excerpt:

“…One terabyte of data is not large by today’s standards. An external terabyte disk can be purchased for less than a few hundred dollars at any office supply store. Accumulating one terabyte per day, maintaining it for rapid online access, and archiving it for permanent storage is a familiar problem to the sequencing center and maybe even the core facility, but this is a novel problem for the small research group and individual principal investigator.

Link to the full article:

GEN 2008, “Managing Data from Next-Gen Sequencing” (p.42,44)

Link to a PDF reprint:

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