Fast, open, easy, software for biology

The bioinformatics infrastructure for the julia language.

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Ben J. Ward

BioJulia Co-Founder & Developer

Evolutionary Genetics, Genome Assembly

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Kevin Bonham

BioJulia Developer

Microbial Communities, Microbiome, Computational Biology, Immunology

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Please take a moment to read the Julia Community Standards. We expect that your participation in any Julia related forum, online or offline, respects these standards.

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GitHub

We use GitHub for the development of BioJulia itself. GitHub is where you will find our source code, tracked issues, and the pull-requests. The discussions there should be on topic and technical. For support and user questions, please use the Forum or Chat channels.

Forum

The primary online discussion venue for Julia is the Discourse forum.

The forum is the correct place to:

  • Keep up to date on important Julia announcements like language releases and JuliaCon.
  • Ask a question about any aspect of using or developing Julia or its associated packages and tools. The Discourse forum is the best place to get a fast, high-quality answer to your Julia question.
  • Respond to others’ questions.
  • Announce a new package or solicit feedback about something you have been developing.
  • Advertise Julia-related jobs and community events.

There is a specific category for Biology and BioJulia

Chat

For casual conversation and quick questions, we have a series of Gitter chat rooms. It is a good place to start if you think you need help but aren’t quite sure what you should be asking or where to ask it.

Support BioJulia

Support further development of BioJulia

BioJulia is an MIT licensed, open source project, all tools and packages are completely free to use.

However it requires a lot of effort to maintain and develop new features from volunteers who do this in their own time.

You can support BioJulia development via the following methods:

  • Spread the word! Tweet/blog/vlog about what you use BioJulia to achieve.
  • Assist on GitHub by resdponding to issues, reviewing code, and submitting pull requests.
  • Back or sponsor the project on opencollective.com.

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