[Bioc-devel] splitting simpleSingleCell into self-contained vignettes
alun at wehi.edu.au
Wed Dec 13 12:01:46 CET 2017
While we wait for the changes to come online: would you be open to PRs
to workflow.md? I was thinking of making a nested list for the
Introduction/part 1/part 2/part 3, which is a bit nicer to read.
On 12/12/17 22:11, Andrzej Oleś wrote:
> Thanks for you feedback Aaron!
> On Tue, Dec 12, 2017 at 9:49 PM, Aaron Lun <alun at wehi.edu.au
> <mailto:alun at wehi.edu.au>> wrote:
> Thanks Andrzej.
> > Thank you. I've edited the workflow index page by introducing a separate
> > "Single-cell Workflows" section, and by substituting the previous link to
> > your workflow by links to the individual parts.
> Great, I'm looking forward to seeing it. Do you know how frequently the
> index page (I assume we're talking about
> <https://bioconductor.org/help/workflows/>) updates? I assume your edits
> haven't propagated through the system yet.
> Not sure, should be online by now
> > As discussed during EuroBioc, I'm happy to restructure the index page by
> > grouping workflows by topic. It would be really helpful if authors would
> > chime in to suggest the most relevant sections for their workflows.
> I can chip in with two that I'm involved in:
> "Differential Binding from ChIP-seq data
> <https://bioconductor.org/help/workflows/chipseqDB/>>" => ChIP-seq
> "Gene-level RNA-seq differential expression and pathway analysis
> <https://bioconductor.org/help/workflows/RnaSeqGeneEdgeRQL/>>" =>
> Of course, it depends on how granular you want the topics to be. For
> example, I only see one ChIP-seq workflow, so that particular section
> might be a bit lonely for a while (I am planning to split that into two
> workflows later).
> Right, we should probably avoid hair-splitting. We can start with a few,
> say 6, and split up further according to demand as new ones are introduced.
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