2022 The Year of ML in Proteomics (for Ben)
2022 saw a lot of things coming to head resulting from ongoing projects with Magnus Palmblad, and together they are a pretty cool snapshot of where ML stands in proteomics. Probably already old as I write this.
The Hourglass Paragraph Structure
As a post-doc we had a grant writing class, and Dr. Ed Krug introduced to me to one of my failsafe writing crutches, the hourglass paragraph structure.
ChatGPT writes me a script
At the request of Rob Beynon, I am posting the conversation I with ChatGPT to have it write me a script.
The march to Mastodon
With Twitter changing hands, many users are contemplating (or have already ) left SciTwitter for Mastodon.
Is it a fight if only one side is fighting
A constant discussion on the twitters, and in-person, is the rise of non-mass spec based proteomic techniques.
Tortured Phrases and Plagerism
In a recent lecture by Elisabeth Bik, the concept of "tortured phrases" came up. What are they, and can I make them?