Perl cures coronary heart disease
Life sciences in general such as genetics and biology have traditionally benefitted from Perl with excellent projects leading the way such as bioperl. Unfortunately, in medical research and epidemiology, the picture is different. Researchers are struggling with the ever increasing size and complexity of datasets. This presentation will briefly describe the situation I faced when I first joined a research team working on coronary heart disease, what I did to make things better and how I achieved one small victory for Perl.
Attended by: Nicholas Clark, Dagfinn Ilmari Mannsåker (ilmari), Gertraud Unterreitmeier (Gertraud), Joel Bernstein (joel), James Mastros (theorbtwo), David Leadbeater (dg), Spiros Denaxas (thefruit), Cass Johnston, Rosellyne Worrall (rozallin), Ed Freyfogle, Christopher Hanna (Chad), James Morris, Robin Edwards (rob), Neil Hemingway (neilh), fifi, Sung Sam Gong (sung), Gabi Hack (gabimuc), Squeeky, Colin Campbell, Christopher Swain (Chris), Andy Smith, Alex Burzyński (AJGB), Colin Horne (cdfh), Brian Gough, Serife Hawkins-Ozer, Simon Williams, James Roberts, Dave Evans,