Project overload

The brevity of this post is due to may projects all needing my attention *right* *now*, and so I have little to no time for things like perspective, or reflection, or blogging. So:

– The morphology project roars ahead, data analysis being done for nuclear morphology phenotypes, with particular attention paid to when and how they overlap with the presence of foci

– Multiple foci phenotype classifier issues are still not quite solved, but we’re close. Regularized regression is looking like an appropriate model here.

– A separate project looking at lipid droplet formation is underway. At this stage I’m working with a reduced data set, but for the full screen’s worth of data, I’ll have to implement some form of parallelization in R. Nothing too complicated, but enough to require investigating packages like snow (see CRAN for details).