Just came across some quick docs for installing Ruby, Rubygems, and Rails on OS X.
I’ve been having a bear of a time building Perl 5.8.8 on x86_84. After much Googling and trying to recreate the build parameters that Red Hat used for the supplied 5.8.5, I finally stumbled on the answer.
Basically, the Configure script isn’t smart enough to guess the lib directories for x86_64 are all stored under /lib64, /usr/lib64, or /usr/local/lib64.
So to build Perl, bypassing the interactive mode:
sh Configure -des -Dlibpth=”/usr/local/lib64 /lib64 /usr/lib64″
Several years ago, WormBase began collecting detailed intellectual pedigrees for members of the community. To display the large degree of collaboration within the community, I created a directed acyclic graph for the 2005 C. elegans meeting that displays the following relationships:
- PI <-> Post doc
- PI <-> Grad student
- PI <-> Masters
- PI <-> Undergraduate
- Worked with
- Collaborated with
About the image
The Y-axis displays years, with the apex of the graph positioned at 1970. Only individuals that have bibliographic or lineage data contained in WormBase as of 5/2005 are displayed on the graph. Individuals are placed on the Y-axis according to the year the first entered the community. This is determined as the earliest year of either the first paper or meeting abstract published or drawn from
lineage data, if it exists. The position on the X-axis is arbitrary, calculated using an energy minimization algorithm to restrict the number of intersecting lines.
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