[Bioc-devel] New(ish!) Seattle Bioconductor team member

Michael Lawrence lawrence.michael at gene.com
Wed Mar 4 23:29:26 CET 2015


For those who don't know, Jim is also the author of the neat "lintr"
package, which checks your R code as you type, across multiple editors.



On Wed, Mar 4, 2015 at 2:20 PM, Martin Morgan <mtmorgan at fredhutch.org>

> Let me take this belated opportunity to introduce Jim Hester <
> jhester at fredhutch.org> to the Bioconductor developer community.
> Jim is working in the short term on SummarizedExperiment, including the
> refactoring efforts he introduced yesterday as well as coercion methods to
> and from ExpressionSet (an initial version from ExpressionSet to
> SummarizedExperiment is available in the development version GenomicRanges;
> iterations will include coercion in the reverse direction as well as
> perhaps more 'clever' mapping between the probeset or gene names of
> ExpressionSet and relevant range-based notation). Jim will also contribute
> to ongoing project activities like new package reviews, package
> maintenance, and upcoming release activities.
> Jim brings a lot of interesting biological and software development
> experience to the project. Say hi when you have a chance!
> Martin
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