Wet Lab Resources
- YouLab facilities
- ESF Analytical & Technical Services (A&TS): GC-MS/MS, LC-MS/MS, ICP-OES, NMR, FTIR, TEM, SEM, microplate reader, digital droplet PCR, etc.
- Upstate Medical University Molecular Analysis Core (SUNYMAC)
- Syracuse Biomaterials Innovative Facility (BioInspired)
- Syracuse University Blatt BioImaging Center
- ESF/Syracuse 3D printers
- Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Protocols
- OpenWetWare Lab protocols
- ESF/Syracuse University High Performance Computing Cluster
- The metafor Package: A Meta-Analysis Package for R (Wolfgang Viechtbauer) and its GitHub page (an overview of functions)
- A Guide to Statistical Analysis in Microbial Ecology (Pier Luigi Buttigieg, Alban Ramette ) and its website GUSTA ME
- Numerical Ecology with R (Daniel Borcard, François Gillet, Pierre Legendre) and its online resources
- DADA2 (High-resolution sample inference from Illumina amplicon data) and its GitHub page and tutorials
- QIIME (canonically pronounced chime, stands for Quantitative Insights Into Microbial Ecology) and An Introduction To Applied Bioinformatics
- PICRUSt (phylogenetic investigation of communities by reconstruction of unobserved states) and its GitHub page
- R package "phyloseq" and its demo workflow and tutorials
- R package "vegan"
- R package "ggplot2"
- R package "MALDIquant"
- Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Programming for Biology 2017 GitHub
- FlowingData, Nathan Yau's website for data visualization
Writing and Presentation Resources
- Writing Science: How to write papers that get cited and proposals that get funded (Joshua Schimel)
- How to construct a Nature summary paragraph
- MIT BE CommKit (a collection of guides to scientific communication by MIT's Department of Biological Engineering Communication Fellows)
- Designing Effective Scientific Presentations by Susan McConnell
- The Secret Structure of Great Talks TEDxEast by Nancy Duarte
- Boosting the Signal in Scientific Talks Nature Career Column by Scott St. George and Michael White