Talk:Protocols

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::Just added ''in silico'' protocols section. Will keep populating them. Further, it does appear that the Protocols section has grown well enough to warrant categorisation. Could we have some guidelines as to how to go about putting the protocols into Categories? Once we do that, the [[:Category:Protocol]] page will also be a very good index to the protocols, apart from this very page.
::Just added ''in silico'' protocols section. Will keep populating them. Further, it does appear that the Protocols section has grown well enough to warrant categorisation. Could we have some guidelines as to how to go about putting the protocols into Categories? Once we do that, the [[:Category:Protocol]] page will also be a very good index to the protocols, apart from this very page.
:::—[[User:Karthik|Karthik]] 23:03, 15 February 2006 (EST)
:::—[[User:Karthik|Karthik]] 23:03, 15 February 2006 (EST)
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Revision as of 22:50, 6 March 2006

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Making this revised version go live. Feel free to revert back or change it as you see fit. --RS 20:02, 11 January 2006 (EST)

  • If there is sufficient interest in the community for in silico protocols (from BLAST & CLUSTALW to FBA, Homology Modelling for protein structures and so on...), we could start up a section in this page on it. We will certainly have some inputs from our group (Chandra Lab).
--Karthik 12:51, 15 February 2006 (EST)
  • Sounds great! Go for it!--Kathleen 13:02, 15 February 2006 (EST)
Just added in silico protocols section. Will keep populating them. Further, it does appear that the Protocols section has grown well enough to warrant categorisation. Could we have some guidelines as to how to go about putting the protocols into Categories? Once we do that, the Category:Protocol page will also be a very good index to the protocols, apart from this very page.
Karthik 23:03, 15 February 2006 (EST)

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What does the auto-commenting look like?

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