During the last weeks I updated a couple of my R-packages. The main work went into the GenomicTools package, though it required also adjustments to the two packages GenomicTools.fileHandler and hoardeR.
The changes are mainly in user-friendliness and bugfixing to catch special cases of data inputs. If someone uses the packages and finds any other bugs or has suggestions for improvements, please drop me an email, or contact me via the corresponding GitHub project page of the packages.
Okay, we do not have yet a lot of snow, but still, the first white coverage has arrived here! It even seems, that there is some snow-work waiting in the yard.
Today we went with the whole Animal Genomics Team from the Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke) for a hike in a Nationalpark, called Komio. AS I haven’t asked for permission to publish peoples faces, I just add here an empty photo of our grilling place.
Today I gave a talk at the annual meeting of the The Finnish Society of Biostatistics. The title was ‘On the use of containerization, versioning and online repositories for reproducible research’, the slides can be found here.
And as I was in Helsinki, the obligatory church picture must not be forgotten.
We did a short trip to Germany and were super lucky with the weather. Where we had already almost winterish temperatures in Finland, in Germany we could enjoy 25 degrees. Here is an impression of the German autumn forest