Stats[email protected] helps geneticists all over the world find disease-provoking genes causing some types of diabetes, hypertension (high blood pressure), cancer, schizophrenia and many others.
Genetic linkage analysis is a statistical method that is used to associate functionality of genes with their location on chromosomes. It typically serves for detecting mutated disease-provoking genes. This analysis can be extremely computationally intensive and has been parallelized for simultaneous execution on many computers. Geneticists submit the data for the analysis via Superlink-online linkage analysis portal. The tasks are then automatically parallelized and scheduled for execution on many computers in the Technion, in the University of Wisconsin in Madison, and also on many computers all over the world.
This forum provides an FAQ for users as well as allowing you to ask questions about MundayWeb's very popular BOINC stats services.
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The OK was given to use [email protected] stats:
front project front page:admin - sharov wrote:It'll appear in the news section.OK, could you at least let us know when the stats have been posted and you are willing to let stats sites post them?
from forum:news wrote:Jun 25, 2007 Stats exported
Superlink statistics exported on a daily basis.
Ask and you shall receive.admin - sharov wrote:Sure, Do you know, how we can accelerate the process any better?So, the stats are in the news.
Does this mean the stats sites can use them as well?