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2019-10-15
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mkvlr11:10:46

@daslu was it you that made that happen? Thank you! ❤️

daslu11:10:30

Yes, inspired by your tweet! 🙂 @mkvlr

mkvlr11:10:05

really looking forward to that

daslu11:10:19

The meeting will hopefully happen near the end of November, maybe a little later.

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jsa-aerial16:10:30

I'm not sure how many folks here are on the Zulip data-science streams, so I think it is a good idea to announce the new Saite here as well. Here's a link to the Zulip announcement: https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/210075-saite-dev/topic/Install.20and.20using/near/178056380 There is now a new "preamble" note at the github repo on installing and running https://github.com/jsa-aerial/saite. That's pretty minimal, but if you go through the presentation document (URL given in both Zulip stream and github) that will give a decent live interactive "walk through". The biggest things in this release are turnkey support for Neanderthal @blueberry on Linux and Mac (I hope to have Windows soonish), dynamic dependencies so you can pull in your favorite libraries, and a self installing JAR. Also there is a new doc that shows use of Neanderthal and Kixi Stats, URL: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/jsa-aerial/saite/master/examples/Docs/Test/neanderthal-et-al.clj Grab the JAR: wget http://bioinformatics.bc.edu/~jsa/aerial.aerosaite-0.2.19-standalone.jar, run the install, fire up the server and then grab the example docs (via URLs) and start hacking! 😄

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blueberry17:10:47

you forgot to deploy hanami 10.12 to clojars 😉

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jsa-aerial18:10:26

I will do that - in theory that should not matter if using the uberjar indicated above as everything to run is in there