harry

 

Harry started working at Aridhia in 2013 after graduating with a Bsc(Hons) in Mathematics from the University of Edinburgh. He completed a final year dissertation studying advanced topics in algebra, combinatorics and graph theory, using R and Maple for creating data visualisations and LaTeX for creating reports.

Since joining Aridhia Harry has been involved in a project analysing the human genome – first analysing the output obtained from high-throughput sequencing, and then using APIs to access clinical databases to find up to date clinical relevance for the results.


GA4GH Federated Analysis Proof of Concept ➜ – Type: Blog post
November 15, 2016

A recent proof of concept aimed at providing insight into the potential power of federated analysis of genomics data saw Aridhia team up with several …

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Using Shiny Modules to simplify building complex apps ➜ – Type: Blog post
October 3, 2016

Whenever I start writing a new Shiny application – the technology on which we’ve built our mini-apps capability – or when I want to prototype …

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RNA-seq: creating simple outputs from complex genetic data ➜ – Type: Blog post
October 26, 2015

As part of our recent stream of genomics work, we began to look at ways in which the complex data outputs associated with RNA-seq research …

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Aridhia Demos Collaborative Research at Big Data Expo 2015 ➜ – Type: Blog post
October 20, 2015

We were really pleased to be part of the Big Data Expo in Utrecht last month – a new European conference celebrating big data – …

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Risk Stratification: Reducing the Risk of Readmission within 30 Days ➜ – Type: Blog post
September 28, 2015

It was announced under government plans in 2010 that hospitals will face financial penalties if patients are readmitted as an emergency within 30 days of …

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Beauty in Simplicity – Visualising Large-scale Genomic Data ➜ – Type: Blog post
August 12, 2015

If you’ve spent any time looking into the visualisation of large-scale genomic data then you’ve probably encountered Circos, a visualisation tool developed for displaying and …

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