I am a fifth-year PhD student in the Storey Lab within the Quantitative and Computational Biology program at Princeton University. My interests include bioinformatics, especially genomics, statistics, data analysis, and programming in R and Python.
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- broom: an R package for converting messy model outputs to a tidy format, for use with tools such as dplyr and tidyr.
- subSeq: Subsample reads from an RNA-Seq experiment to determine if it has sufficient depth.
- gleam: Python package for building interactive online visualizations without web programming.
- Robinson, D.G. and Storey, J.D. (2014) subSeq: Determining appropriate sequencing depth through efficient read subsampling. Bioinformatics; doi: 10.1093/bioinformatics/btu552.
- Robinson, D.G., Chen, W., Storey, J.D., and Gresham, D. (2014) Design and Analysis of Bar-seq Experiments. G3: Genes/Genomes/Genetics, 4(1), 11–18
- Robinson, D.G., Lee, M.C. and Marx, C.J. (2012) OASIS: an automated program for global investigation of bacterial and archaeal insertion sequences. Nucleic Acids Research, 10.1093/nar/gks778.
- Vuilleumier, S., Chistoserdova, L., Lee, M.C. and Bringel, F. (2009) Methylobacterium genome sequences: a reference blueprint to investigate microbial metabolism of C1 compounds from natural and industrial sources. PloS one, 4, e5584.