Open Collective
Open Collective

BioJulia

Bioinformatics and Computational Biology in Julia

Contributors


BioJulia is all of us

Our contributors 14

Thank you for supporting BioJulia.

Sabrina Ward

Admin

$245 USD

Anton Kochkov

sponsor

$2,300 USD

Dmitri Pavlichin

backer

$225 USD

Sergey Kornilov

backer

$201 USD

Triplebyte

$95 USD

Omar Abdelbadie

$20 USD

computational biology research is so important!

Cameron Prybol

backer

$18 USD

Saideep Rao Gona

backer

$4 USD

incognito

$3 USD

Budget


Transparent and open finances.

Monthly financial contribution to BioJulia (backer)

Credit from Dmitri Pavlichin to BioJulia

+$5.00USD
Completed
Contribution #38598
Monthly financial contribution to BioJulia (backer)

Credit from Dmitri Pavlichin to BioJulia

+$5.00USD
Completed
Contribution #38598
Monthly financial contribution to BioJulia (backer)

Credit from Dmitri Pavlichin to BioJulia

+$5.00USD
Completed
Contribution #38598
$
Today’s balance

$2,661.94 USD

Total raised

$2,661.94 USD

Total disbursed

--.-- USD

Estimated annual budget

$642.24 USD

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News from BioJulia

Updates on our activities and progress.

Stopping Contributions

Hiya, We've taken a decision to stop taking contributions at the current time. The reason is simple: we're collecting funds far more than we're able to spend. As the BioJulia project has progressed over time, we've found that our operations...
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Published on February 15, 2022 by Sabrina Ward

Comparing BioJulia to Seq with benchmarks

We have a new blog post on the topic of comparing julia (in particular BioJulia) to other languages, in particular a new domain specific language called Seq, but the lesso...
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Published on January 28, 2020 by Sabrina Ward

Genome Graphs and Genome Assembly

As a first activity update for this OpenCollective, I'd like to describe some of the development acitivty being done this year. Since work started on BioJulia several years ago, a featureful set of packages is now available.You can find ...
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Published on November 30, 2019 by Sabrina Ward

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Taking advantage of the Julia language, the new "C for scientists" is enabling us to make bioinformatics packages that are rapid to develop and expand, yet maintain performance needed for non-trivial bioinformatics tasks.

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